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Date Posted: 18:35:59 12/12/21 Sun
Old Lion: Grad transfer arrangement stated in 2010. Oregon QB Jeremiah Masoli and a teammate were suspected of stealing a lap top from a Frat house. He denied any involvement. A police investigation confirmed he was present when his team mate stole the computer. Jeremiah Masoli was sentenced to probation and community service. Coach Chip Kelly suspended him for the 2010 season for lying about the incident. He was going to Red Shirt for that season and be the 2011 starter.
Few months later Masoli was pull over for traffic violation with a expired licence and small amount of cannabis. As a result, he got kicked off the team. Soon after he graduated he found a transfer loop hole. He wanted to transfer to Mississippi University because he wanted to purse a grad degree in Parks and recreation management.University of Oregon doesn't offer this program.
NCAA allowed him to play in 2010 in the grounds of your current school doesn't offer the graduate program the student is pursuing.
That policy may have been revised by now.
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