Oklahoma State lefthander Andrew Oliver has entered into a confidential settlement agreement with his former advisers, the Baratta brothers. Oliver had sued the Barattas and the NCAA after Oliver was suspended indefinitely just before the Stillwater Regional, after allegations had surfaced that the Barattas had represented Oliver as agents when he was in high school.
As for the case against the NCAA, per the Oklahoman: "The previous trial date of Dec. 8 has been replaced with a court-sanctioned mediation on that date in Ohio. If that mediation is unsuccessful, the trial is scheduled for Jan. 5, 2009. The case has been put under a gag order, and most of the evidence in the case has been sealed."
At last, it appears a resolution is close for Oliver, and for the Cowboys.
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