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According to a report in the Connecticut Post, power forward Alex Oriakhi has decided to transfer from UConn. With the Huskies banned from being able to compete in the 2013 NCAA Tournament due to poor academic standing and Jim Calhoun‘s coaching future in question, Oriakhi could be the first domino to fall in an exodus of UConn players from the program.
I figured Oriakhi might...
Well, I typed up an entire post and accidently deleted the whole thing. So here's the deal quickly.
Alex Oriakhi has decided to leave the UConn Huskies men's basketball program. The news was broken earlier on Wednesday by Kevin Duffy of the CT Post.
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UConn's Alex Oriakhi transferring [CT Post]
UConn's Alex Oriakhi requests transfer from Huskies...
UConn junior Alex Oriakhi will pursue a transfer for his senior season in order to compete for another national title, the Connecticut Post reported Thursday.
Oriakhi's desire to move between Division I schools would normally force him to sit out a year.
But UConn's barring from the 2013 NCAA tournament because of a subpar academic progress rating makes him eligible to...
Connecticut may not find out before this summer whether the NCAA will adopt academic rules changes that would allow the Huskies men's basketball team to qualify for the 2013 NCAA tournament.
Under rules approved in October, the defending national champions would be academically ineligible in 2013, because the NCAA plans to use data from the 2009-10, and 2010-11 school years...
STORRS – Connecticut junior Alex Oriakhi reportedly has requested his release in order to transfer to another school.
Connecticut will not be eligible for the 2013 postseason.
Jeremy Lamb, Andre Drummond, and any other Connecticut players considering the possibility of entering the 2012 NBA Draft, do not have an abundance of time to make that decision.