Oklahoma State lefthander Andrew Oliver’s eligibility has been restored–for now.
An Ohio judge granted Oliver a temporary restraining order against the NCAA, which makes him eligible until a preliminary injunction hearing on Sept. 9. Oliver, who was suspended on May 31 for violating the NCAA’s "no agent" rule, is back in class at Oklahoma State today.
"It’s a huge campus and a big issue on that campus,” Oliver’s attorney, Richard Johnson, told the Oklahoman. "It’s very important that when school starts on Monday, the (people on campus) are not looking at Andy as a bad guy.”
We’ll have plenty more on Oliver in the coming days.
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