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Last week reports surfaced that LSU's senior second baseman Jared Foster has been ruled academically ineligible and will not be able to play this season, thus ending his career at LSU.

Ross Dellenger with The Advocate reported late Monday afternoon that Foster will appeal the ineligibility ruling.

Foster is appealing his eligibility, he said Monday. The process has already begun. Mainieri is operating as if Foster will remain ineligible.
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Danny Woodhead108 months
Yeah, urban athletes arent play the game at the same rate anymore because of second semester grades.
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jakedel12108 months
Why is the ball at the second baseman's head?
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SaintsSBXLIV108 months
If he played Football or basketball his second semester grades would not have mattered for eligibility. Baseball always gets the short end of the stick when it comes to college between this and scholarships available. Yet people around the country are wondering why urban athletes aren't playing the game.
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PsychTiger108 months
Maybe it's a C to play, D for diploma situation.
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barry108 months
Is he graduating? It seems like it would be weird if you graduated but were still deemed academically ineligible.
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themunch108 months
Hope you can play man

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