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It has been almost a month since Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham was dismissed from the team, but according to reports, he has still not been released from his scholarship.
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Eastern Illinois, considered a potential landing strip for Green-Beckham, checked on the matter Monday and was told the player is still with Missouri and can't discuss enrollment with a new team, according to EIU media relations director Rich Moser said.

A report from 247 Sports surfaced last week that Green-Beckman was likely headed to Eastern Illinois.

Missouri spokesman Chad Moller said the school is unable to discuss details of Green-Beckham's enrollment, citing Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
Missouri's spring semester ends on May 16, and it is possible that Green-Beckham could be released then. He was dismissed on April 11 after details of his role in an alleged burglary surfaced.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Missouri has signed DGB's release. His parents are forcing him to finish the semester before they sign the release.
Reply31 months
How dumb is this idiot?
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