NCAA re­con­sid­ers rul­ing, clears NC State’s Bev­erly to play

The Oklahoman - - SPORTS -

North Carolina State’s Brax­ton Bev­erly won’t have to sit out this sea­son for at­tend­ing class af­ter all.

The NCAA has cleared Bev­erly to play im­me­di­ately af­ter re­con­sid­er­ing an in­el­i­gi­bil­ity rul­ing tied to sum­mer cour­ses the fresh­man took at Ohio State. The NCAA an­nounced its de­ci­sion Tues­day, less than two hours be­fore the Wolf­pack hosted Bryant.

Bev­erly took two cour­ses at Ohio State be­fore a sur­prise late coach­ing change led him to seek his re­lease. That trig­gered the des­ig­na­tion as an un­der­grad­u­ate trans­fer in­stead of an in­com­ing fresh­man, re­quir­ing him to sit this sea­son be­fore hav­ing four years of el­i­gi­bil­ity start­ing in 2018-19.

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