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local Pitt recruit (3 star) returns home and enrolls at MT
will have to sit out this season...

Bryson withdraws from Pitt, to enroll at MT
07-08-2011 09:37 PM
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RE: local Pitt recruit (3 star) returns home and enrolls at MT
Seems like he could get a hardship waiver, but I doubt his late arrival would make any difference. He can be there as a walk-on and get something similar to a red-shirt who signed initially with MT. Just no athletic scholarship $.
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07-09-2011 07:10 PM
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RE: local Pitt recruit (3 star) returns home and enrolls at MT
It's cool that he is coming back home to play for MTSU, but he should've came here in the first place. 01-lauramac2
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07-10-2011 06:55 PM
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RE: local Pitt recruit (3 star) returns home and enrolls at MT
(07-09-2011 07:10 PM)Raider_ATO Wrote:  Seems like he could get a hardship waiver, but I doubt his late arrival would make any difference. He can be there as a walk-on and get something similar to a red-shirt who signed initially with MT. Just no athletic scholarship $.

Apparently he will be able to play this year...

Quote:...true freshman Jeremiah Bryson, a former Smyrna High standout, has been ruled immediately eligible to play this season.

Bryson signed a national letter of intent with Pittsburgh and briefly enrolled there in June, but he transferred to MTSU late in the summer. He has been practicing with the Blue Raiders in fall camp. Rather than sitting out this season to fulfill NCAA transfer rules, Bryson has been deemed immediately eligible, according to a statement from MTSU.

“We reviewed all the facts in this case and determined he did not trigger transfer status from Pittsburgh, and we will be certifying his eligibility as an incoming freshman student-athlete,” said Daryl Simpson, MTSU’s associate athletic director for compliance, in a statement.

Bryson was a three-star recruit out of Smyrna, where he rushed for 1,515 yards last season. He helped lead the Bulldogs to the 2007 state title as a freshman — earning BlueCross Bowl offensive MVP honors — and to the 2010 state championship game...
08-13-2011 01:16 PM
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