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UCLA football: Bruins may get offensive line help from transfer Albert Cid

Ucla UCLA has reached into the community college ranks again in an effort to shore up its offensive line.

Citrus College’s Albert Cid has committed to the Bruins, Owls Coach Ron Ponciano said. Cid, who is 6 feet 3, 325 pounds, has three years of eligibility remaining.

However, Cid still needs to complete his degree at Citrus to be admitted into UCLA so he can participate in training camp in August.

UCLA had two starters on its offensive line who were community college transfers last season, center Ryan Taylor and guard Eddie Williams. The Bruins’ line was a concern during spring practice after tackle Jeff Baca suffered a broken ankle.

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-- Chris Foster

 
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