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New Michigan quarterback transfer Shea Patterson reiterated that he left Ole Miss because school officials and coaching staff weren't forthright about NCAA violations within the football program.
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- Brewer, former Ole Miss coach, dies at 83
- Five more Ole Miss transfers can play in 2018
- U-M, Ole Miss agree: Patterson can play in '18
Former SEC commissioner Mike Slive has died at 77. Few people had a bigger hand in shaping the modern era of college football.
Billy Brewer, who coached Ole Miss to eight Egg Bowl wins over rival Mississippi State, died Saturday at age 83.
Five more former Ole Miss players were granted waivers to play immediately at their new schools Thursday, skipping the usual one-year waiting period for student-athletes who transfer schools before graduating.
Former Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson is officially eligible to play this season after submitting a new waiver that both schools agree is accurate.
Shea Patterson's NCAA saga is over. The Ole Miss transfer is eligible to play right away for Michigan, a huge boost for Jim Harbaugh in a pivotal season.
According to multiple sources, the months-long process of evaluating former Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson's waiver request to play immediately for Michigan is nearing its conclusion.
The attorney for Shea Patterson told The Detroit News that Ole Miss notified the NCAA that it had "nothing to add" in Patterson's case, clearing the way for the NCAA to decide the quarterback's eligibility.
If quarterback Shea Patterson plays college football in 2018, it won't come with the blessing of his former team, Ole Miss.
Although several teams have already ended their spring-practice seasons, the festivities begin in earnest this weekend, with at least one team from four Power 5 leagues finishing with open scrimmages.
Attorneys for a Mississippi-based clothing store that sued two Mississippi State players for defamation and conspiracy added former Bulldogs coach Dan Mullen, former MSU athletics director Scott Stricklin, the NCAA and an investigator as defendants.
Ole Miss has filed its appeal of the NCAA committee on infractions' decision to ban football from the postseason in 2018, limit unofficial recruiting visits and cite the school for lack of institutional control in a case involving 21 violations.
Six former Ole Miss players who are seeking immediate eligibility at their new schools said they were misled about an NCAA investigation that ultimately penalized the football program from bowl games for consecutive seasons.