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Four-star UCLA lineman has academic issues, looking to leave Bruins


In late July of 2010, we reported the following when it came to UCLA offensive lineman Stan Hasiak, who had been declared academically ineligible and missed the entire 2010 season.

“This is an unfortunate situation for Stanley,” head coach Rick Neuheisel said. “I expect Stanley to work hard to ensure this situation does not occur again. We expect him to help us on the scout team this year and work himself into a contributor for 2011.”

The eligibility issue comes three months after Neuheisel said he was giving the sophomore “one last chance” after lifting his suspension for violating unspecified team rules back in December.  Additionally, Hasiak left the team a total of two times during the season to return to Hawaii for “personal reasons”.

Less than a year later, it appears Hasiak’s career as a Bruin is over.

According to the Los Angeles Times, and citing a person in the program who was not authorized to speak publicly, Hasiak is once again academically ineligible and is expected to transfer.  The Times reports that Hasiak is expected to transfer to the JUCO ranks — Mt. San Antonio to be specific.

Hasiak, a four-star member of the Bruins’ 2009 recruiting class and the No. 4 guard in the country according to, played in three games as a true freshman, and then apparently decided to piss a Div. 1-A scholarship away.

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3 Responses to “Four-star UCLA lineman has academic issues, looking to leave Bruins”
  1. jonkybon says: Jun 22, 2011 3:48 PM

    He can always enroll at South Carolina and will immediately elevate the teams GPA. Student athletes don’t ever have to attend classes as a member of the Spurrier’s Shamecock squad. He’ll fit right in.

  2. goforthanddie says: Jun 22, 2011 9:36 PM

    Somebody should tell him he has to go to class in JUCO too.

  3. paulbrownsrevenge says: Jun 22, 2011 10:15 PM

    he would elevate any SEC schools GPA. and ESPN would love him for it.

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