UCLA Football Fall Camp Practice Report: August 6

UCLA football was back for more fall camp action on Saturday, giving additional insight into the team’s personnel status with the season opener one month out. There was more to watch than just who was or wasn’t available, though, with the media getting an up-close look at Ken Norton Jr. run some drills with the inside linebackers.

The former All-American, Super Bowl champion and NFL defensive coordinator was the most entertaining to watch work in spring camp, and that has continued through the summer and into the fall. The way he talked to players during punch-out forced fumble drills and block-shedding drills was insightful and engaging from a third-party perspective, and the linebackers seem to be learning from him pretty well.


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