Three Football Players Dismissed

Randall Carroll

Randall Carroll, Raymond Nelson and Wesley Flowers were dismissed Monday, two dismissed for violation of team rules and a third for academic reasons...

UCLA's Official Release:

Los Angeles – Two UCLA football players have been dismissed from the team for a violation of team rules, while a third has been dismissed from the University for failing to meet UCLA's academic requirements, head coach Jim Mora announced today.

Redshirt sophomore defensive end Wesley Flowers and freshman tight end Raymond Nelson violated team rules and are no longer members of the team, while junior defensive back Randall Carroll is no longer enrolled at UCLA.

"At UCLA, we have a high set of standards that we expect every student-athlete to adhere to. Unfortunately, these three gentlemen choose not to do so," Mora said.

Mora held his first team meeting of 2012 earlier today.

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