UCLA tackle Torian White isn’t enrolled; his Bruins career may be over
Torian White’s football career at UCLA appears to be over.
White, who was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault in November, has not enrolled at UCLA for the spring quarter. The offensive tackle was suspended from the team after his arrest.
The case is still being investigated, according to a spokesperson for the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.
“All I can tell you is he is no longer with the team,” Coach Jim Mora said.
White started 14 games at left tackle as a redshirt freshman in 2012. He started the first two games last season, but suffered a broken leg in the fourth game against Utah and was lost for the season.
Malcolm Bunche, who could fill the left tackle spot, did not take part in UCLA’s first spring practice Tuesday. Bunche, a senior, transferred from Miami and would be immediately eligible as a graduate student. He was still working through the admission process, Mora said.
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