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Judge Allows Eron Gordon To Play

A Marion County (IN) judge has ruled that class of 2016 star Eron Gordon can play for Indianapolis Cathedral, at least for now.

Gordon, a 6'2 guard, was ruled ineligible following a transfer to Cathedral from North Central. A review panel ultimately granted him limited eligibility which would essentially allowed him to play junior varsity basketball until gaining full eligibility on March 7, 365 days from North Central's last game in 2014.

The judge instructed the Indiana State Board of Education's Case Review Panel to look again at whether or not Gordon's case was treated in a manner consistent to other similar waiver applicants. He can play while the panel complete's their review.

Gordon, who is the younger brother Eric Gordon of the New Orleans Pelicans, will be able to play for Cathedral next week when they play in the Indianpolis City Tournament.

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Bennie Seltzer Returns To IU

Former Indiana University assistant coach and Samford head coach Bennie Seltzer has returned to Indiana as the Director of Player Performance.

Seltzer began his new position on Monday. The new role is temporary and is not full-time, but will have Seltzer working with Chris Virtue in managing the overall strength and conditioning of the program.

Seltzer also worked with Crean for a number of years at Marquette.

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Video: Notre Dame Highlights vs. UNC

Here are Notre Dame highlights from the 71-70 win on Monday night at North Carolina. Notre Dame is now 15-1.


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Justin Martin Leaves SMU, Turns Pro

Former Lawrence North standout Justin Martin has decided to leave SMU in favor of turning professional.

Martin, a 6'6 forward, began his career at Xavier ahead of transferring to SMU as a graduate student and becoming immediately eligible to compete this season.

Martin averaged 5.7 points and 2.2 rebounds per contest this season for SMU.

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Academics Sideline Ball State's Tyler

Ball State freshman Jeremie Tyler has been ruled academically ineligible and will be out for the rest of the 2014-15 season according to the Muncie Star-Press.

Tyler, a 6'2 guard, was one of Ball State's prized freshman recruits from Indianapolis, and starred with Trey Lyles last year on Arsenal Tech's state championship team.

Tyler is averaging 12.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.3 assists per contest this season.

Tyler will continue to practice with the team.

Ball State is currently 4-6 on the season heading into MAC play.

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