Huuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaaaay! You’re not going to believe this, but the NCAA is trying to dick over another basketball player for handling his academics in the right way. Incoming freshman Braxton Beverly originally enrolled at Ohio State expecting to play for Thad Matta. When he retired, Beverly was granted his release and went to NC State instead
But get this - he started summer classes at OSU before heading to NC State, and now the NCAA wants to make him take a year off! Omari Spellman, you are not alone in the ‘took too much class’ category anymore.
Being a Power 5 school I’m sure NC State will lobby this and win. But never change, morons at the NCAA.
Side note, I’m heading out of town for some extended vacation time so don’t burn the place down without me.
And now, the “news.”
The NCAA might make an NC State guard sit out the season because he did schoolwork | SBNation.com
Braxton Beverly falls victim to the NCAA's little known "don't take too much class" policy. O-Boogie feels your pain, Braxton.
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ESPN announces DePaul will replace Georgetown in the PK80 this year | PK80 Invitational
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Villanova’s Hunter Schryver Settling In As A Pro | CBS Philly
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Val Ackerman is paving the path for women in sports to follow | Excelle Sports
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Rob Judson Joining Men's Basketball Staff | GoMarquette.com
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