UCLA suspended offensive line coach Adrian Klemm on Monday for alleged NCAA rules violations.
According to a statement released by the university, UCLA said it was aware of possible NCAA rules violations and reported them to the NCAA.
UCLA was recently made aware of alleged NCAA rules violations involving Adrian Klemm, a member of the UCLA coaching staff. UCLA immediately reported this information to the NCAA and to the Pac-12 Conference and has placed Klemm on suspension without pay. UCLA will continue to work jointly and cooperate fully with the NCAA while this matter is being reviewed and to protect the integrity of the process, will have no further comment at this time.
Klemm, who has been with the program for the past three seasons, is one of UCLA’s top recruiters. He was a four-year starter at offensive tackle at Hawaii and played professionally for both the New England Patriots and the Green Bay Packers.
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