Arizona safety Tra’Mayne Bondurant, a defensive leader for the 2013 Wildcats, will no longer be a part of the defensive secondary for Arizona in 2014. Head coach Rich Rodriguez announced Bondurant is no longer with the team due to some disciplinary issues, but the door is not locked behind him just yet. “Tra’Mayne Bondurant had some discipline things that he had to do, and he chose to leave the program, so he’s no longer a Wildcat as of today,” Rodriguez said (via Arizona Daily Star). “You can do the discipline and be part of the team, or, I never lock the doors from the inside out. The doors are never locked.” It is important to know Rodriguez has not spoken to Bondurant face-to-face at this time, so the head coach may be willing to welcome the safety back if the two can have a conversation.
Arizona parts ways with starting safety Bondurant
College Football Talk | Aug 3