Sean Sheller breaks arm, out indefinitely
UCLA Bruins offensive lineman Sean Sheller has a broken right arm that will require surgery and will be out indefinitely, the school announced Saturday after a 49-20 loss to Texas on Saturday.
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Sheller, a sixth-year senior and a starting guard, was injured on a running play near the goal line late in the third quarter. UCLA was trailing 35-13 at the time, but scored two plays later to make it 35-20.
Sheller has already missed two full seasons with injuries. He had a medial collateral ligament tear in his right knee in 2006 and had anterior and medial collateral ligament surgery in 2008 after an off-road vehicle accident.
The NCAA granted Sheller a sixth year of eligibility that allowed him to play this season.
Also, defensive back Andrew Abbott suffered a concussion on a hit to the head in the second quarter and will spend the night in a hospital for observation.
Peter Yoon covers UCLA for ESPNLosAngeles.com.
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