Wide receiver Ricky Marvray and offensive tackle Sean Sheller have been suspended for one game by the UCLA football team for violating team rules and will not play against Arizona on Saturday.
Sources say that the suspension is based on more than one failed drug test, although this can't be confirmed due to privacy laws.
Marvray is the leading receiver with 14 catches for 142 yards.
In addition, he has caught two of the team's three touchdown passes.
In other words, the loss of Marvray is a big one for the Bruins and is a bad sign for a struggling offense.
As far as Sheller goes, he was actually a defensive tackle last season before being moved due to depth issues.
Micah Kia will likely get the nod in his place.
Two Bruins suspended for Saturday
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