Found September 26, 2012 on Online Sports Guys:
((ht:latimes)) Oh, J.L Mora, the Sports Media loves you so.... You again make headlines, at least in Los Angeles and for sure the blogosphere for doing strange and whiny things. This time it's for tossing the media out from UCLA's practice Wednesday morning. The offenders, TV Crews allegedly walking around in "Restricted" areas. Oh, he threw out the Sports Information Department too, whom he blamed for the whole incident. The notoriously high-strung and parnoid Mora, had the gate to the practice field locked according to the Los Angeles Times, which was all well and good, except three players who arrived late and had to wait for someone to let them in. Read the Times story RIGHT HERE You'll recall, Mora made some headlines a couple of weeks ago for not telling a prized, early recruit from Georgia that his scholarship was being pulled. That recruit, Eddie Prinz had to find out through his father, who tracked down an assistant via telephone. ...

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