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Why is Martin holding him out of practice right now. The NCAA allows a player to practice for 2 weeks while waiting for eligibility approval from NCAA Clearinghouse. So why isn't Martin taking advantage of that?
Are they thinking the ruling is going to take longer than 2 weeks? Otherwise, it doesn't make any sense. If Stokes gets ruling next Wed, for example, he's wasted 9 or 10 days of practice time while waiting for the ruling.
What's the deal there?
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Stokes didn't actually sign a NLI because he would have to sit out until next year is how it was explained to me. He actually signed financial aid information which would lead me to believe that he is already accepted. I was also told that he will not begin practicing until January 11th because of the clearinghouse.
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