UCLA LB Myles Jack kicked out of practice after fight

Myles Jack is easily one of the most athletically gifted players in all of college football. While he has turned his attention to the defensive side of the ball, during his first two seasons at UCLA, he made it known quickly that he could certainly hold his own running the ball as well as tackling people with it.

As most college students are, Jack is still young and doesn’t have his head screwed on tight. This turns into him having a bit of a temper especially when he gets frustrated. That showed Friday afternoon when he was kicked out of camp for getting into a scuffle with offensive lineman Connor McDermott.

This isn’t the first time that Jack was kicked out of a fall training camp practice. Last season, Jack was kicked out of practice for getting a little heated with another player on the field.

Hopefully Jack will be able to harness that anger and turn it into a positive aggression on the field this season. The Bruins will surely appreciate having a little more fire on the defensive side of the ball.

The Bruins host Virginia on September 5 to open the season.

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