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Tag:George Goode
Posted on: June 9, 2011 7:39 pm
Edited on: June 9, 2011 7:41 pm
 

George Goode returns home to Missouri

By Jeff Borzello

George Goode apparently didn’t want to waste much time with his transfer decision.

On Wednesday, the Louisville graduate told CBSSports.com he was down to Kansas State, Missouri and Morehead State for his next destination.

Thursday night, the Raytown, Mo., native tweeted that he was returning home.

“Next year I will be takin my talents to the University of Missouri,” Goode wrote.

The 6-foot-8 forward will provide a frontcourt boost immediately for the Tigers, who only have three inside players on the roster.

Goode averaged 2.9 points in 8.0 minutes last season with Louisville. He will be eligible immediately due to an NCAA rule that allows players to transfer for a final year of eligibility if they graduate in four years and their current school doesn't have their desired graduate program.

Category: NCAAB
Posted on: June 8, 2011 9:52 pm
Edited on: June 8, 2011 9:52 pm
 

Louisville grad George Goode considering three

By Jeff Borzello

It's been a whirlwind four years for George Goode.

When he first arrived at Louisville, Goode was ruled ineligible by the NCAA and had to sit out his entire freshman season after the minimum on core-curriculum requirements was raised. Now, Goode could be on the verge of taking advantage of a different NCAA rule that gives him the opportunity to transfer for a final year of eligiblity at a different school.

On Wednesday, Goode told CBSSports.com he was down to Kansas State, Missouri and Morehead State for his next destination.

While Goode has not yet visited any of the three schools involved, he has the ability to provide a frontcourt boost to whichever program he chooses.

The 6-foot-8 forward from Raytown, Mo. averaged 2.9 points in 8.0 minutes per game last season for the Cardinals.

 
 
 
 
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