The Bruin family sends our deepest, heartfelt sympathy to the Cornish familyEx-Cowboys player dies at age 40 Aug 24, 2008
To my knowledge, I am still the coach at WashingtonNeuheisel denies firing Jun 11, 2003
Even with a 17-0 lead, we were not playing well and we weren't clickingSun Bowl: Purdue 34, Washington 24 Dec 31, 2002
Although he was confined to his wheelchair, Curtis taught all of us associated with Husky football the true meaning of the word courageIn Sports from United Press International May 07, 2002
Everyone in the Husky family, the coaches, the players, our staff and our fans, we are all deeply saddened by Curtis' deathIn Sports fromUnited Press International May 06, 2002
Richard Gerald “Rick” Neuheisel, Jr. (pronounced /ˈnuːhaɪzəl/, German: ; born February 7, 1961 in Madison, Wisconsin) is the head coach of the UCLA Bruins college football team.
Before the UCLA coaching job, he was the offensive coordinator for the NFL's Baltimore Ravens, after being promoted from quarterbacks coach following the 2006 NFL season.
He has been linked to several recruiting and other NCAA violations during his time at Colorado and Washington universities. He was the head coach for the Colorado Buffaloes football team as well as the Washington Huskies football team. He coached the Huskies to a victory in the 2001 Rose Bowl. He was fired from Washington in 2003 for betting on the 2003 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament in a bracket pool.