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Josh Smith cleared to play immediately at Georgetown

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

The NCAA has granted UCLA transfer Josh Smith a waiver to play immediately at Georgetown, and the former McDonald's All-American will have two seasons of eligibility remaining despite the fact that he's already participated in three years of basketball. Georgetown announced the decision Wednesday. But the story here isn't about what this will do for Georgetown as much as it's about the NCAA reaching a conclusion that contradicts other conclusions on other waivers that have been denied. (CBS Sports)

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