Kansas freshman forward Cheick Diallo spoke at a news conference after the Jayhawks beat Vanderbilt in the championship game of the Maui Invitational on Wednesday in Lahaina, Hawaii. Earlier Wednesday, the NCAA announced that Diallo would be eligible to play for Kansas on Tuesday against Loyola (Maryland), ending a protracted investigation into Diallo’s education and background.
Kansas freshman forward Cheick Diallo spoke at a news conference after the Jayhawks beat Vanderbilt in the championship game of the Maui Invitational on Wednesday in Lahaina, Hawaii. Earlier Wednesday, the NCAA announced that Diallo would be eligible to play for Kansas on Tuesday against Loyola (Maryland), ending a protracted investigation into Diallo’s education and background. Rick Bowmer The Associated Press
Kansas freshman forward Cheick Diallo spoke at a news conference after the Jayhawks beat Vanderbilt in the championship game of the Maui Invitational on Wednesday in Lahaina, Hawaii. Earlier Wednesday, the NCAA announced that Diallo would be eligible to play for Kansas on Tuesday against Loyola (Maryland), ending a protracted investigation into Diallo’s education and background. Rick Bowmer The Associated Press

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