Rap mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs won’t face felony charges after being arrested last week for allegedly attacking a UCLA intern and an assistant football coach during a dispute over his son, a player on the Bruins squad.
UCLA police accused Combs of several serious crimes, including assault with a deadly weapon, making criminal threats and battery, after he allegedly swung a kettlebell weight during a...Read more
The UCLA coach who was allegedly attacked by Sean “Diddy” Combs on Monday is strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi, according to a source with the football team who was not authorized to speak on the record.
The target of Combs' alleged attack with a kettlebell, however, was an intern, the source said.
On Monday, Combs was charged with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of...Read more
Former UCLA forward Kevon Looney is among 19 players that have been invited to spend some time in the Barclays Center green room during the NBA draft on Thursday in Brooklyn, N.Y.
An invitation to the green room is reserved for players expected to be selected in the first round, though that's not always the case.
In 1998, Rashard Lewis famously languished in the green room in front of a television...Read more
The principal actor may have been more famous, and the alleged weapon more bizarre, but Sean "Diddy" Combs' arrest Monday for allegedly attacking a UCLA football coach with a kettlebell was not an unheard-of scene in sports. A parent, upset over the treatment of a child, decided to confront a coach.
Often, that leaves the child caught in the middle.
Much has been written about the elder Combs, and...Read more
UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm has been reinstated by the university.
Klemm was suspended for alleged NCAA violations.
The review continues but Klemm is being allowed to resume his duties as the offensive line coach.
Klemm has been an assistant at UCLA for the past three seasons and is also one of the school's top three recruiters and has rebuilt the Bruins' offensive line.
He missed spring...Read more
More than 20 UCLA football players have begun wearing helmets equipped with sensors that "measure hits to the head," the school announced Friday.
The sensors are part of an ongoing effort by UCLA researchers and the athletic department to better understand the effects of head injuries and concussions. Accelerometers in the helmets detect hits with over 90 degrees of force, which alerts trainers on...Read more