The NCAA has now come out and announced that they have not declared Baylor RB Silas Nacita ineligible, despite earlier reports
The college sports world was absolutely outraged on Wednesday when they learned the news that the NCAA was back to their unfair practicing ways, as they reportedly declared Baylor Bears running back Silas Nacita ineligible, basically because the homeless walk-on found himself a place to live.
Yes, that was pretty much what the noted infraction was.
Well, just a few hours after the news dropped, the NCAA has basically come out and said, “We have no earthly idea what you’re all talking about.”
OK, now we have a bit of a conundrum on our hands, basically because both Nacita and Baylor Athletic Director Ian McCaw came out publicly and acknowledged the ruling. McCaw even released this brief statement.
So, as if we didn’t think this story could become even more intriguing than it was to begin with, we’ve now hit another level just a short time after the original “news” broke, and I put news in quotations because right now we have to figure out who to believe in all this. However, it would seem rather odd that both the player and the school’s AD would acknowledge it if it weren’t true. So at this point, basically, we have a 2-on-1 situation.
Nevertheless, there really never is a dull moment when the NCAA is involved in anything and it seems that will never change.
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