Found August 14, 2013 on College Spun:
Kevin Ware’s story is a roller coaster ride, to be sure. Ware was suspended from the Cardinals team last January, but was quickly reinstated by Coach Pitino. Of course, he really broke onto the scene during the NCAA Tournament when he tragically shattered his leg on national television. However, Ware took it all in stride and many people have been inspired by his positive attitude throughout the rehabilitation process. However, rumors have been swirling for nearly a week that Ware has suffered a setback in his comeback process — however, that setback has nothing to do with Ware physically. Per a rumor report from Kentucky Sports Radio’s Matt Jones: “A rumor spread (first on UL message boards, fan forums and Twitter) that Kevin Ware had been kicked off the UL basketball team due to multiple violations of the same team rule. While we initially dismissed the notion as mere fan chatter, after some digging, I (and others in the media) began to believe it was true. At some point over the...
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