LA Times

Late Friday evening, UCLA announced that they have completed their review of the potential NCAA rules violations that arose this past Spring and has decided to impose more sanctions.

Offensive line coach Adrian Klemm was suspended with pay for Spring practice and recruiting. Now, Klemm will also miss the Bruins first two games (Virginia and UNLV) and he will be fined an undisclosed amount of money as well.

“We have a little more clarity, I’m not allowed yet to speak on it, but at least we can plan for those first couple weeks…So that is a positive.” head coach Jim Mora offered after the announcement.

UCLA will also reduce official visits by two next year. UCLA said they intend to continue to work “jointly and cooperate fully with the NCAA’s ongoing review.”

It struck me that Mora went with “a little more clarity”. Perhaps this isn’t over yet.

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