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According to reports on Twitter from CBS Sports' Jeff Goodman Duke is actively pursuing soon to be former UConn big man Alex Oriakhi. Oriakhi, a 6-foot-9 center announced he would transfer with the serious possibility that UConn could be facing a post season ban due to the program failing to meet minimum NCAA academic requirements.
A senior, Oriakhi may not have to sit out...
Connecticut center Alex Oriakhi has been granted his release from the basketball program.
The 6-foot-9 junior, a key piece of UConn's 2011 national championship run, informed coaches last week that he planned to transfer.
His father told the Hearst Connecticut Media Group that Oriakhi made the decision because Connecticut is expected to be academically ineligible for next season...
Earlier this week, University of Connecticut center Alex Oriakhi was granted his release from the UConn basketball program. Missouri has been identified as a school that could be a possible destination for him. ShowMeMizzou.com gets an update on the transfer, and where Mizzou may be in the picture.
Junior Alex Oriakhi moved another step closer to becoming a “former” Connecticut basketball player on Tuesday.