With a 0-3 start to the season, UNLV football is now down two players.
The team Monday announced sophomore running back Dionza Bradford has left the program to "go back home to California and tend to some personal business," according to UNLV Head Coach Bobby Hauck.
This marks the second departure from the team so far this year for Bradford. Bradford left during spring practice, returning in time for two games during which he rushed for 23 yards and one catch for 15 yards.
The team has also announced the suspension of freshman fullback Connor Afoa. Afoa, who appeared with special teams during Friday's game with Washington State, has been suspended for violating team rules.
"Connor missed class last week and we don't allow that in our program," Hauck said.
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