UCLA AD Dan Guerrero voted incorrectly in satellite camp decision, Pac-12 commissioner says

Dan Guerrero, Athletic Director, UCLA. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht/L.A. Daily

Dan Guerrero, Athletic Director, UCLA. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht/L.A. Daily

UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero “did not vote the way he was supposed to vote,” in the decision that banned satellite camps earlier this month, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott told Fox Sports’ Stewart Mandel at the annual College Football Playoff meetings on Wednesday.

Guerrero, on behalf of the Pac-12, voted in favor of banning the camps, thus prohibiting coaches to participate in camps outside of their own practice facilities. The vote passed 10-5, with the votes from the five power conferences counting twice.

After the decision, which took place on April 8, Guerrero sent the following email to his fellow Pac-12 athletic directors, per Andy Staples:

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PHOTOS: Day 13 of UCLA spring practice

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Click the photo above (or here) for a photo gallery of Wednesday’s practice from photographer Brad Graverson.

Above, from clockwise from upper left: tight end Austin Roberts; running back Bolu Olorunfunmi; wide receiver Stephen Johnson III; quarterback Josh Rosen.

Also from Day 13:

Soon to come HERE is a notebook coming about Theo Howard, who made his media debut Wednesday, and the returns of Mique Juarez and Josh Woods.

Here are video interviews with Howard, Woods, Deon Hollins and Cameron Judge.

Here is the practice report for the day.

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Spring practice day 13: Bruins show new plays

Freshman Theo Howard matches up with safety Jaleel Wadood during practice. Photo by Brad Graverson // Daily Breeze

Freshman Theo Howard matches up with safety Jaleel Wadood during practice. Photo by Brad Graverson // Daily Breeze

There is a notebook coming HERE about Theo Howard, who made his media debut Wednesday, and the returns of Mique Juarez and Josh Woods.

Here are video interviews with Howard, Woods, Deon Hollins and Cameron Judge.

Here is a photo gallery of the day’s practice from our photographer Brad Graverson.

Here are notes/observations:

— The seemed to be some new packages/plays for both the offense and defense today. There were a lot of end-arounds during the first team period. Jordan Lasley scored on one inside the red zone in the first team period. On defense, there looked to be an increased emphasis on nickel packages.

— The defense looked like it had some trouble getting lined up at times on the goal line. It’s likely a result of some new plays that were just installed. Linebackers coach Scott White had to physically place Juarez and Lokeni Toailoa in the necessary positions for one play. Continue reading

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Spring practice day 12: Defense dominates again

Jacob Tuioti-Mariner. Photo by Brad Graverson // Daily Breeze

Jacob Tuioti-Mariner. Photo by Brad Graverson // Daily Breeze

There’s a notebook on the way HERE about the structure of the upcoming Spring Showcase. (Spoiler: It’s not going to be much different than a normal practice)

Here are video interviews with Jim Mora, Adrian Klemm, Bolu Olorunfunmi and Matt Dickerson.

Here are notes/observations for the day:

— The defense won the day big time. In nine-on-seven and 11-on-11 periods, the offense scored two combined touchdowns on my count. (We don’t have the greatest look at seven-on-sevens, so I can’t count those.) The nine-on-seven touchdown came from Nate Starks, and Ishmael Adams scored the 11-on-11 touchdown on a nice pass from Mike Fafaul in the back corner of the end zone.

— In the second 11-on-11 period when each quarterback was on the field for as long as it took the defense to force a third-down stop, the offense got only two first downs out of five drives and no more than one per drive. The longest drive for either offensive unit was six plays, a Fafaul-led drive that ended on an incompletion on third-and-9. Continue reading

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