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Date Posted: Friday, October 15, 03:03:02pm
Author: Paddy
Subject: Maybe nothing more than a giant pile of files for the NCAA to go through and they just haven't gotten to his yet.
In reply to: Seen 's message, "what could be the issue that lasts this long with Martin?" on Friday, October 15, 01:54:19pm


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  • Just speculating, but sometimes it is nothing more than "Backlog" ( not enough NCAA employees ) of cases to work thru. Or it may be an issue with incomplete paperwork. It is the burden of the player / HS /JUCO to make sure the paperwork is complete and accurate. The NCAA is also fairly detailed in making sure a course meets the criteria to be considered a "Core requirement". Perhaps they are questioning one of his courses. (NT) -- Abdul Rahman, Friday, October 15, 07:45:53pm


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