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just read in niu-emu preview that bryson had another surgery feb 18.
He has been the hard luck guy. How many seasons can he have a schollie without contributing much? If he is NOT ready by midsummer, can his schollie go to a walkon/foreign import/ juco who can really play point guard next season?

Can the UNIV find bryson another nonathletic schollie/grant should he wish to continue his educ at NIU should his bball career reach a dead end?
02-27-2004 02:25 PM
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Bryson has to voluntaily take a medical hardship for that to happen. Then the University would still take care of 100% of his scholorship, but they can also free his basketball scholorship for someone else.
02-27-2004 04:18 PM
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