UCLA'S Official Release:
Five months after self-reporting alleged NCAA rules violations involving Adrian Klemm, a member of the UCLA Football coaching staff, UCLA has completed its review of the matter and has self-imposed sanctions on the football program.
Klemm, who was suspended with pay for the spring practice and recruiting season, will be suspended for the first two games of the 2015 season and has been fined an undisclosed sum.
In addition, UCLA Football reduced its recruiting days this past spring by 10 percent and will reduce official visits by two next year.
UCLA will continue to work jointly and cooperate fully with the NCAA’s ongoing review of this matter and to protect the integrity of the process, will refrain from further comment at this time.
Adrian Klemm Suspended for Two Games
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