Mike Bellotti, Oregon football coach, is expected to announce that he will be remaining at the school and not taking the UCLA job, a source familiar with the Bruins' coaching search said. Bellotti, 57, had been approached by UCLA officials twice since Coach Karl Dorrell was fired Dec. 3. He met with them the second time to ask questions about the job but has decided to remain with Oregon, the source said. UCLA officials had coveted Bellotti, who has a 105-52 record at Oregon. They are expected to turn their focus to others they have interviewed, and a source said Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Rick Neuheisel may have moved back into the picture as a candidate. Neuheisel was interviewed by UCLA Chancellor Gene Block last week, but there were concerns with Neuheisel's past problems with the NCAA. Block has also met with Temple Coach Joe Golden.