The UCLA Bruins lost a big part of their defensive line Saturday night as All-Conference defensive end Eddie Vanderdoes will miss the rest of the 2015 season. The news comes after he tore his ACL in the Virginia game on Saturday.
Vanderdoes injured his knee in the game. The craziest part is that he returned to the game following the serious injury.
Per a source, Eddie Vanderdoes tore his ACL in the game yesterday. Crazy thing is he returned to action. He'll likely miss the season.
— Edward Lewis (@Edward__Lewis) September 7, 2015
Vanderdoes led the Bruins with eight tackles. Two of those tackles were for a loss and he also came in on offense at fullback to block for fellow defensive player Myles Jack.
Campus Sports would like to wish Vanderdoes a full and speedy recovery. The Bruins next play at UNLV on Saturday, September 12.
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