UCLA suspended offensive line coach Adrian Klemm with pay for alleged NCAA rules violations, the program announced on Monday.

By SI Wire
March 16, 2015

UCLA has suspended offensive line coach Adrian Klemm with pay for alleged NCAA rules violations, the program announced on Monday.

The nature of Klemm's alleged violations was not disclosed. UCLA said it "immediately reported" Klemm's alleged violations to the NCAA and Pac-12. The program also said it plans to "work jointly and cooperate fully" with the NCAA.

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[daily_cut.college football]Klemm, a former NFL offensive lineman and three-time Super Bowl winner, has been a coach at UCLA since 2011. He was elevated to associated head coach in February 2014 and also serves as running game coordinator.

Klemm is widely considered one of UCLA's top recruiters. The Bruins brought in the No. 13 recruiting class in the 2015 cycle, according to Rivals.com.

UCLA finished 10-3 last season and won the Valero Alamo Bowl over Kansas State.

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