UCLA reinstates DB Ishmael Adams, loses CB Fabian Moreau

UCLA has regained one defensive back but lost another.

Head coach Jim Mora reinstated Ishmael Adams on Tuesday, ending a suspension that followed the redshirt junior’s arrest late last month. Adams had been arrested on suspicion of robbery on Aug. 30, but the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office referred his case to the city attorney on Monday — ending the possibility of him facing felony charges.

The city attorney’s office may still elect to pursue misdemeanor charges. Adams had started 26 straight games for the Bruins until sitting out the first three games this season, and was an All-Pac-12 first-team selection in 2014.

“We feel as a program that he’s missed a quarter of his season,” Mora said. “He’s shown remorse for the actions that he’s taken. He’s accepted responsibility. He’s accepted the consequences. He’s apologized profusely to his team, his teammates, this staff, and he’s come back with a great attitude.

“So we’re going to move forward that way. If things change, we’ll adjust.”

Mora also announced that senior cornerback Fabian Moreau will miss the rest of the season with a Lisfranc injury — a foot fracture that can sometimes lead to chronic pain if an athlete rushes back into action. He is expected to apply for a hardship waiver and regain his final season of eligibility.

Moreau sat out most of the second half of UCLA’s win over BYU on Saturday, but reentered the game during the final series.