The latest season moves to Laney College for the final year of college football in the series. In , "Last Chance U" will focus on college basketball. He played in 12 games, compiling He was less than impactful for the Tigers, however, completing 14 of 26 passes for yards and a touchdown while rushing for yards and two scores.
Bruce had several legal issues during and after ‘Last Chance U’
A camera crew followed the Pirates and documented their every move for the next season of Last Chance U , which premiered in the summer of On the field, Bruce had 23 tackles and a tackle for loss in nine games. Nine of those tackles came in a loss to Butler Community College that November. He is not expected back at Independence.
The Golden Gophers defeated the Aggies When Season 4 hit Netflix early on Friday morning, Last Chance U fans tuned in to see who the next underdog who everyone rooted for would be. It quickly became obvious that Bobby Bruce, a sophomore linebacker-turned-safety would be that guy after a rough which landed him in jail. Still, in the second episode, Bruce was stuck on the sideline during practice, watching as he was in a backup role — something he was clearly unhappy with. Bobby was cut from the team in an emotional episode and said his goodbye to teammates, namely Kailon Davis who he developed a strong bond with, and English teacher LaTonya Pinkard who had been in his corner since he arrived on campus. With a baby on the way, he was left without many options and a bus ride home to Florida.
The second episode of the latest season of Last Chance U opens in a Greyhound bus station. The saddest version imaginable: empty parking lot, glowing vending machines against the outer wall. This is going to be a Tarantino episode. We know how it ends, now we learn how and why Bobby Bruce is at a Greyhound station with his bags packed after one week of the football season. Watching Last Chance U always puts me in this strange headspace. I am a white male who grew up in New England and suburban San Francisco. I attended private schools growing up and then worked at a private school for 13 years, serving elite, competitive, driven, privileged families. In my opinion, Bobby Bruce is the most gut-wrenching character of the entire show. Judging by the anecdotes about the town, it was not an easy place to grow up. Gangs and violence were prevalent and for Bobby Bruce, football was his only chance to get out.