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The Supreme Court is critical of Texas’s stance on IQ and execution

WHEN the Supreme Court ruled in 2002 that “mentally retarded” persons’ diminished powers of reasoning and culpability made them ineligible for the death penalty, a dissenting Justice Antonin Scalia wrote that his six colleagues’ “newest invention” would turn “capital trial[s] into a game”.

After Stops and Starts in College, a Rookie Receiver Latches on With the Jets

Robby Anderson temporarily quit Temple’s football team and later was ruled academically ineligible. But he has thrived in the N.F.L. as an undrafted rookie.

Florida’s 6-foot-11 freshman wins appeal, eligible immediately

Florida received some good news on Thursday evening, as freshman big man Gorjok Gak won his appeal and is eligible to play this season for the Gators. Back in July, the 6-foot-11 freshman was ruled ineligible by the NCAA for playing in games during the spring semester of his postgraduate year at Victory Rock Prep. He was […]

St. John’s Marcus LoVett, backcourt versatility should lead to better offense

LoVett has waited a long year since the NCAA announced he was ineligible for the season. Marcus LoVett, a top-100 point guard known for his ballhandling, was ruled a partial academic qualifier last season, just under a year to this date. It...Show More Summary

Dana Brunetti Reveals On Facebook That PGA Rules Him Ineligible For Producing Credit On ‘Fifty Shades Darker’; Producer Fires Back

DEVELOPING: Dana Brunetti took to Facebook last night informing that the Producers Guild of America has pulled his producing credit on Universal’s Fifty Shades of Grey sequel Fifty Shades Darker. The PGA has deemed that only Michael De Luca and Fifty Shades author E.L. Show More Summary

CIF could be headed to eliminating language from athletically motivated transfer rule

Commissioners of the CIF continued their discussion on Monday in San Diego toward putting together a proposal that would eliminate language that has given them the authority to make players ineligible for an athletically motivated transfer based on being unhappy with a coach. One way commissioners...

Army Veteran Isaiah Brock Ruled Ineligible By The NCAA

The 22-year-old freshman at Oakland University is being denied eligibility. The post Army Veteran Isaiah Brock Ruled Ineligible By The NCAA appeared first on SLAMonline.

The NCAA Ruled This Army Veteran Ineligible For The Dumbest Reason

Isaiah Brock, a 22-year-old freshman basketball player at Oakland University in Michigan, had an unusual route to college. After graduating...

NCAA rules Army vet ineligible over five-year-old H.S. transcript

The NCAA is maybe best known for its blind bureaucracy and warped morality. Decisions about who is and isn’t eligible sometimes seem random, as if someone in Indianapolis is flipping a coin. Still, this one is pretty shocking. The NCAA looked...Show More Summary

Army Veteran Isaiah Brock Ruled Ineligible by NCAA: Latest Comments, Reaction

Oakland University is planning to appeal a decision by the NCAA that ruled freshman forward Isaiah Brock, an Army veteran, is ineligible for the upcoming 2016-17 season. Gary Parrish of reported Wednesday the NCAA deemed...Show More Summary

Five-star Villanova hoops freshman Omari Spellman ruled ineligible by NCAA

As Jay Wright’s Villanova Wildcats prepare to defend their National Championship, they’ll have to do it without a player who figured to be a huge piece to their puzzle in the Big East and beyond, in freshman center Omari Spellman. The 6’9?, 255-pound Spellman has been ruled ineligible by the NCAA. Show More Summary

Five-star freshman ruled ineligible to play for Villanova this season

Omari Spellman will not be eligible to play for Villanova this season, the school announced on Friday morning. “We are extremely disappointed for Omari,” stated Villanova head coach Jay Wright. “While we don’t agree with the NCAA’s decision, we are members of the association and respect it. We understand why the NCAA felt it had […]

Freshman A&M guard J.J. Caldwell ineligible for 2016-17

The NCAA has ruled Texas A&M guard J.J. Caldwell is ineligible for the 2016-17 season        

Texas A&M freshman point guard ruled ineligible

The NCAA has ruled incoming Texas A&M freshmen J.J. Caldwell ineligible for the upcoming season. Caldwell was ruled a partial qualifier, meaning that he will be allowed to remain at Texas A&M on scholarship but he will have to take a redshirt year. Caldwell was a four-star point guard and a tremendously flashy passer that […]

Nevada player takes the world’s saddest safety on a kickoff vs. Notre Dame

The Wolfpack have not had a great go of things in South Bend. Football has some complicated rules. All the time, players and coaches who've devoted their lives to the sport foul up things like ineligible men downfield, illegal blocks in certain parts of the field and illegal substitutions. Show More Summary

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