Austin won’t compete in track

Terrence Austin had hoped to compete in track once spring football was done, but it won’t happen now. There’s plenty of depth with the jumpers, so his services weren’t need this season. Last year, he jumped as the Bruins needed someone to score. This year, that’s not necessary. The only chance he would’ve had to compete was this weekend’s dual meet against USC. After that, there are a limited number of entries for the Pac-10 Tournament, so he wouldn’t have been able to compete in that meet anyway.

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  • Legalsean

    I would have liked to have seem him run the 100m. UCLA does not have any great sprinters. He might be able to score some points at one of the meets, and work on his speed.