Trouble still a'Bruin at UCLA
Originally Published: September 17, 2003By Ted Miller | Special to ESPN.com
UCLA just can't seem to duck off-field problems. Starting cornerback Matt Clark was held out of the 6-3 victory against Illinois because he was belatedly ruled academically ineligible. Unless Clark can charm his professor, who gave him an incomplete, he will be out the rest of the season. Senior Keith Short will replace Clark. The Bruins already lost starting receiver Tab Perry to academics, and cornerback Marcus Cassell and John Sciarra previously were suspended for one game for alcohol-related arrests.
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