Posted April 12, 2012 on kansas.scout.com
PLAYERS: Justin McCay
TEAMS: Oklahoma Sooners
Immediately after Oklahoma receiver Justin McCay announced he would be transferring to Kansas in early January, all of Jayhawk Nation began wondering when he would become eligible to play. Now, it appears as if a decision may at last be on the horizon.
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