As much as 15 games would suck, at least he'd be back in time for (at least the majority of) Big XII play - when we're gonna need him most.
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Although 15 is still excessive considering the situation, at least for Lucca the end would be in sight. I think this would pretty much guarantee that Lucca stays with the team versus a year long suspension that could result in the complete loss of Lucca.
I think Lucca will be an effective player for us this year but having Brackins, Diante, and Lucca as our core over the next three year is a great way to build success for the foreseeable future.
Any timetable on this decision? Initially the staff thougth this would be resolved by the season opener. I guess its not that big of a deal if he will miss at least 8 games because I'm guessing he will get credit for time served.
Well I know there was talk of a decision last week until the fire shut down the NCAA for two days. I would guess if we don't hear something today, it'll be next week. I don't think the NCAA wants to drag it out as it'll just grow into a bigger story, especially come confrence time when football isn't a topic. The staff really doesn't know much and we'll all know about as soon as they do.
A program isn't built on one player and it doesn't succeed because of one player, thus a program won't fail if it doesn't get that one player.
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