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Safety Tevin McDonald has been dismissed from the UCLA football program by coach Jim Mora.
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UCLA safety Tevin McDonald has been released from the program for violating team policy.
Bruins coach Jim Mora announced the decision Tuesday.
McDonald was the Bruins' starting safety the past two seasons. He finished third on the team with 79 tackles last season while starting 13 games, but wasn't allowed to play in the Holiday Bowl after violating team rules.
LOS ANGELES UCLA head coach Jim Mora and his staff aggressively went after revamping their secondary in his most recent recruiting class.
Now, it appears there was even more incentive to do so. Safety Tevin McDonald has been released from the team for a violation of team rules, Mora announced during a Tuesday press conference.
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