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UCLA OL Simon Goines out again; Mora hopes for a return vs. Texas

After sitting out the first few days of camp, offensive tackle Simon Goines had surgery on Friday night to remove bone spurs in his ankle. UCLA coach Jim Mora told Goines to plan on being ready to go for Week 3, when the Bruins face off with Texas.
Via Pro Sports Daily
August 10, 2014  |  Discuss

UCLA loses OL Simon Goines, two others in Arizona State loss

The UCLA Bruins dropped to 8-3 with a loss to Arizona State, but lost even more when starting left tackle Simon Goines underwent surgery last night to repair a broken left leg. The 6′-6″ 325 lb. sophomore suffered a broken fibula and and left the game in the second quarter. Goins Tweeted a pic of his cast last night with the words “”Just a minor setback for a major comeback...
Via Sports Injury Alert
November 25, 2013  |  Discuss

UCLA left tackle Goines has broken leg, won't face rival USC

UCLA left tackle Simon Goines had surgery Sunday on a broken bone in his right leg, sidelining another key player for the No. 22 Bruins' regular-season finale against Southern California. Receivers Gray Mazzone and Darren Andrews also are out for the season after they were injured in the Bruins' 38-33 loss to Arizona State on Saturday, ending their chances of winning the...
Via AP on Fox
November 24, 2013  |  Discuss

UCLA OL Goines, WRs Mazzone, Andrews need surgery

UCLA left tackle Simon Goines has undergone surgery on a broken bone in his right leg. Receivers Gray Mazzone and Darren Andrews also are out for the season after they were injured in the No. 22 Bruins' 38-33 loss to Arizona State on Saturday. Goines is the latest major injury loss for the Bruins (8-3, 5-3 Pac-12), who likely will face No. 23 Southern California in their regular...
Via AP on Fox
November 24, 2013  |  Discuss

UCLA Notebook: Utah Week

Co-offensive coordinator Dennis Erickson came out of retirement this season to help bolster Utah's offense. The addition of Erickson has worked, as the Utes' offensive has become much more exciting. But exciting and dynamic are about the only things the coaches can expect despite a good amount of familiarity with Erickson. Mora worked under Erickson in San Francisco and...
Via Fox Sports West
October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

UCLA tackle Goines leaves practice with knee injury

UCLA had a key player hobble off the field Thursday. Starting left tackle Simon Goines injured his right knee during a live scrimmage while the Bruins working on short-yardage situations. Goines was helped off the field and later carted to the training room. UCLA Coach Jim Mora said after practice that Goines suffered a hyperextended knee. Mora said that Goines was not scheduled...
Via Fox Sports West
August 15, 2013  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Goines after Loss

Simon Goines talks about his knee trouble during the game and how UCLA struggled against the sheer number of blitzes that Baylor threw at them...
December 28, 2012  |  Discuss
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