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UCLA will miss one of its key players for the Bridgeport Education Holiday Bowl because of the school's drug testing policy.
UCLA safety Tevin McDonald will not play in the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl after violating a team policy, Coach Jim Mora said. The junior tested positive for marijuana, according to a person familiar with the situation who was not authorized to comment. Under UCLA policy, a player is suspended for one game after testing positive for a third time. A fourth positive test can result in a player's scholarship being revoked.
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UCLA safety Tevin McDonald will not play in the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl after violating a team policy, Coach Jim Mora said.
McDonald did not travel with the team to San Diego on Friday.
We had to leave Tevin McDonald at home for a violation of team policy, Mora said. "I cant discuss it any further than that."
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