We mentioned last night on the blog that there are some eligibility concerns with Greg Wesley.
After asking around, here is the story.
The freshman forward is awaiting word from the NCAA on whether or not he will be academically eligible this season. The NCAA has the case in its hands.
There were some rumblings dating back to the summer about whether or not Wesley would qualify. Those questions are still lingering. Benford acknowledged them after UNT beat Southeastern Oklahoma State at home on Monday. Wesley has not played in either of UNTs exhibition games.
Right now we are still dealing with some eligibility issues, Benford said. We are waiting to hear back from the NCAA.
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DURANT, Okla. -- Southeastern will finish off its exhibition schedule when it makes the relatively short trip to Denton, Texas, to face its third-straight division I opponent when it faces North Texas at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 4.
The Savage Storm are 0-2 in its exhibition season so far with losses to Texas-San Antonio and Texas-El Paso, and following Monday's contest they will be eying the regular season opener on Nov. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Bloomer Sullivan Arena against Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
The Mean Green come into the contest off a 78-70 win over Oklahoma City Univ. after trailing 35-34 at halftime.
SE opened the schedule with an 80-60 loss at UTSA and followed with a 91-63 loss at UTEP.
Despite falling in those contests, the Storm had some good signs heading into Monday's final precursor to the regular season, not the least of which has been the play of Urald King in his return to the floor.
Read more: http://www.ntxe-news.com/artman/publish/article_86225.shtml
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