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Texas Grad Transfer Jake Raulerson Will Not Be Joining UCLA Football

The Texas center will not be enrolling at UCLA this Fall after being denied admission to the MBA and Master of Applied Economics programs.

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Yesterday, BruinReportOnline reported that center Jake Raulerson, a graduate transfer from the University of Texas who verbally committed to UCLA last winter, will not be coming to UCLA.

According to the story by Tracy Pierson, Raulerson applied for admission to both the MBA program and the Masters in Applied Economics program, but was denied admission to both.

Raulerson would have been a much-needed addition to the ranks of UCLA's offensive line which appeared to have some weak spots during Spring Practice.

Horns247 confirmed the report this morning.

Raulerson has two years of eligibility left since he redshirted a year and graduated Texas in only three years. Because of that, he could have brought some more stability to the Bruins' offensive line.

It looks like Raulerson will likely end up enrolling in SMU's MBA program as he has been prohibited by Texas from transferring to any school on Texas' schedule. That rules out going anywhere in the Big 12.

He had also been interested in Stanford, Michigan and North Carolina, but it doesn't look like he'll be able to attend any of those schools either at the point.

Go Bruins.