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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by ChrisMWilliams, May 27, 2019.
Someone in Cyclone Alley needs to make a big flayed man sigil to bring to games.
If Bolton doesn't get the waiver, we need some better-than-expected wing play from Lewis, Griffin or one of the freshman. None of those possibilities is implausible. I say we're going back to the tourney.
1 spot for the Osky X-Man.
Steve’s done it again, boys!
This roster has a lot of potential.
What is the reason that he is using to claim the waiver?
Sorry, I have not seen this posted anywhere yet.
Unprofessional or even hostile environment at Penn State, including some Bobby Knight sorts of violent physical contact with players (not Rasir, but on the team, at least).
That might be accurate, but isn't it just speculation at this point?
I love the troll!
Isn't Grill like 6' 2?
He is on the 6'4 side of 6'3
I am just relaying what has been posted/speculated on here.
I have no inside information or ability to confirm/deny such accusations.
I also have no clear recollection of those events, Senator.
Good to know. I thought I'd seen him referred to as a combo guard
He refers to Bolton as a sit-out transfer twice...
He is a sit-out transfer currently
But he doesn’t mentioned the waiver request either.
CW is on it though.
Great news and welcome to CYCLONation Rasir! Credit the staff for having a plan, identifying the needs and executing.
As for the waiver guess we'll see. Prohm was on record he wanted a immediate eligible guard scorer with the last scholarship so I have to believe they think Bolton's case is legit.
Hines left this blurb in the Trib's Bolton commitment stroy.
"Bolton will seek a waiver from the NCAA for immediate eligibility, though the basis for the request remains unclear. Privately, ISU has expressed confidence that Bolton does have a strong case to make with the sport’s governing body, which has recently become liberal in granting waivers."