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U-Conn. Forward to Transfer, But Might Not Have Much Eligibility Left

Connecticut forward Marcus Johnson was granted a release from his scholarship and plans to transfer closer to his home in Los Angeles. Johnson was considered an elite recruit out of high school, averaged 4.9 points in his first two seasons at U-Conn. One problem with the transfer: Johnson played six minutes in the Huskies' exhibition game last week, which could cost him a year of eligibility. Then, having to sit out, Johnson would have one year of eligibility remaining unless he can get a waiver from the NCAA. Oops.

By Josh Barr  | November 6, 2007; 10:12 AM ET
Categories:  Basketball  
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