UCLA’s 2018 coaching staff was finalized just a few weeks ago. Now the Bruins have to fill at least one opening with another coach reportedly headed out the door.
#UCLA OL coach Hank Fraley is going back to the NFL joining the Lions staff.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) February 16, 2018
Fraley was one of a handful of coaches new UCLA coach Chip Kelly had retained from Jim Mora’s staff, having joined the Bruins in January 2017 after spending the previous three seasons as the Minnesota Vikings’ assistant offensive line coach.
UCLA may also be losing tight ends coach Angus McClure, who has reportedly been offered Nevada’s offensive line coach position while also serving as assistant head coach. McClure had been the Bruins’ recruiting coordinator and defensive line coaching last season.
Detroit Lions officially announce Hank Fraley has joined their staff as an assistant offensive line coach and Angus McClure is reportedly bolting for Nevada as an assistant head coach and offensive line coach. So Chip Kelly's staff has some new openings.
— Ben Bolch (@latbbolch) February 16, 2018
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