It was a tough week for Larry’s League.

Stanford and UCLA got written up for level-two NCAA violations just in time for Sanction Saturday’s show-down at the Rose Bowl.

UCLA had been bracing for the bad news involving recruiting-hound assistant Adrian Klemm and was, thus, able to immediately hit the spin cycle.

UCLA and Klemm seemed shocked giving players $2,400 for housing and private lessons was wrong and vowed to use the experience as a teachable moment.

You know, like when your dog makes a do-do on the carpet.

“This was a good lesson for our coaches and staff,” Coach Jim Mora said. “We must know every single NCAA rule and adhere to them, period.”

Yes, Jim, every single rule, and go ahead and start with the big ones. The rest of this article is available to subscribers only – to become a subscriber click here.