Tennessee fans have been complaining about USC’s alleged lack of action regarding the eligibility of wide receiver Bru McCoy with a social media campaign aimed at Mike Bohn and Lincoln Riley.
Any USC fan could attest that the university moves at its own speed when it comes to doing business, especially involving an athlete who faced any type of disciplinary action.
Well, the Vols fans’ actions might have paid off.
Outkick Sports reports “sources say that USC has now started to participate in the NCAA waiver process.”
USC released this statement to Outkick:
“USC has – consistently with NCAA rules – promptly and accurately responded to all requests from the University of Tennessee related to the eligibility of Bru McCoy. At no point since Bru entered the transfer portal in January have we objected to him being made immediately eligible to play at Tennessee. The issue of Bru’s eligibility ultimately rests with the NCAA, and we wish him the very best.”