Sunday, June 21, 2015


From the LA Times:

UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm has been reinstated by the university. Klemm was suspended for alleged NCAA violations. The review continues but Klemm is being allowed to resume his duties as the offensive line coach. Klemm has been an assistant at UCLA for the past three seasons and is also one of the school's top three recruiters and has rebuilt the Bruins' offensive line. He missed spring ball and was not allowed to recruit after being suspended in March. A person familiar with the situation said Klemm's only likely punishment will be the time he has already missed, including spring practice. UCLA said they will refrain from comment to "protect the integrity of the ongoing process."


From the Daily Bruin:

UCLA football offensive line coach Adrian Klemm was reinstated to the team Friday, according to the Los Angeles Times. Klemm was suspended from the team on March 16 because of alleged NCAA rules violations and missed the entirety of the team’s spring practice. While Klemm is allowed to the return to the team, the review of his alleged violations is ongoing. It remains unclear as to what specific transgressions led to Klemm’s suspension, details that will be released following the review’s close, according to UCLA Athletics.* Klemm had been a member of the Bruins coaching staff for three seasons before his suspension. During his tenure, Klemm has helped UCLA to a 29-8 record, including back-to-back 10-3 seasons.

*Not wanting to disturb the integrity, we'll wait.

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