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This article has a pretty good point... His eligibility could be in jeopardy thanks to Adidas and Louisville... Any takes? Should the NCAA take action, or should they let this one slide?
Lawyer says Louisville shouldn't be able to sell Kevin Ware tribute shirt.
It would be a shame if he lost his eligibility.
I couldn't agree more. I hope that all parties involved are able to get this thing worked out and things don't go south for Ware. If Ware does lose his eligibilty, I feel that there would be a public outrage aimed at the NCAA.
I heard earlier this week that UofL and Adidas had agreed to stop selling the shirts. I would hope that the NCAA for once thinks logically about something and doesn't penalize Ware in any way.
If Ware loses one game of eligibility, Jurich should be fired on the spot.
so a kid is in danger of losing his eligibility over a decision made by adidas and UofL where they are trying to make a buck. nice job guys.
oh and i doubt Ware had any input on the shirt.
It is a violation of the NCAA code as it currently stands from my understanding. That's why I was shocked that the school did it. Then again, I doubt the NCAA will do anything about it but heaven forbid if UK had done something like this for Noel. You know we would have been investigated and penalized.
Well knowing Pitino's recent history with injured players at UofL he probably had it done purposely so they could cut Ware without it technically being a coach's decision.
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