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James Wiseman withdraws lawsuit against NCAA, will sit in hopes of having eligibility restored


Freshman has formally withdrawn his lawsuit against the NCAA and Memphis and is in the process of resolving his eligibility issues. In the meantime, Memphis announced Thursday that it has ruled Wiseman ineligible. The school is now applying for reinstatement and will withhold Wiseman from competition until further notice. (CBS Sports)

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