UCLA linebacker/running back Myles Jack must have been upset on Monday morning once he learned he was only ranked the 16th-best player in college football by CFB 24/7. Yes, the Bruins' two-way star player could have been ranked higher in the CFB 24/7 poll, but that probably had nothing to do with the incident Monday that led to him getting the boot from training camp practice. Jack was kicked out of UCLA's Monday morning practice after getting into an altercation with right tackle Caleb Benenoch, according to the Los Angeles Daily News and several other eye-witness reports. Head coach Jim Mora ended up tossing Jack, who had to go back to the team's temporary locker room in San Bernardino, where the Bruins are holding training camp. The incident is a bit out of character for Jack, one of the more affable players on a roster full of them at UCLA. The incident is also a bit puzzling considering that Jack needs Benenoch to block for him when he switches sides and lines up at tailback.