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Date Posted: 15:11:27 03/05/03 Wed
Author: DUden
Subject: News on Bonnies decision --

First here's the opening paragraph from Coastal Georgia Community College description of their programs:

"Coastal Georgia Community College, University System of Georgia, offers courses in programs designed to provide opportunities in three areas:
two-year associate degree programs which prepare students to transfer to senior colleges and universities; one and two-year career programs which prepare students for immediate employment; and developmental and remedial courses for students who need to refresh or strengthen their academic background."

And from a very thorough story from the Olean Times-Herald:

"There is no NCAA Clearinghouse for junior-college transfers, like there is for athletes coming out of high school. It’s up to each individual school to make sure JUCO transfers are eligible."

"(CGCC head coach Gerald) Cox said he told all the schools that recruited Mr. Terrell that the center was studying toward a welding certificate. 'The one thing I stressed to St. Bonaventure and every other school that was seriously recruiting him, the question I asked them was, are you sure that you can take this kid and have him eligible to play?' Mr. Cox said. 'We were told yes, we can — by Bonaventure and other schools. He wouldn’t have signed if he hadn’t been assured he’d be eligible.'"

Now here are the press releases and today's news stories on the Bonnies decision to say "No Mas"

And a little more info on Jim Harrick from:

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