UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm will be suspended for the first two games of the 2015 season, the school announced on Friday.
The assistant coach was initially suspended with pay back in March due to allegations of NCAA rules violations. The Bruins reinstated him on June 19 while it continued working with the NCAA in its investigation.
UCLA, which self-imposed these sanctions, said that Klemm was also fined an undisclosed sum. The Bruins had reduced recruiting days by 10 percent this past spring, and will also lose two official visits next year.
The school said it is continuing to cooperate with the NCAA’s review of the matter and declined further comment. While Klemm will be allowed at practices, the team’s plan for replacing him for its first two games is still uncertain.
“It’s something that we’ll sit down and talk about,” said head coach Jim Mora. “I feel very confident that we have the men in place to make it work, whatever direction we go in.”