SMU star guard Keith Frazier ruled academically eligible for next season
The Mustangs will gain the services of their star guard who missed most of last season due to academic issues.
SMU's Keith Frazier has been ruled academically eligible for the 2015-16 season, sources told CBSSports.com.
The 6-foot-5 guard was suspended during the middle of January last year while the Mustangs were investigated by the NCAA.
Yahoo Sports reported last week that a secretary in SMU's basketball office was involved with Frazier's academic work.
Frazier averaged 10.5 points per game in the games he did play in last season and will be the Mustangs' starting shooting guard next to reigning American Athletic Conference Player of the Year Nic Moore.
SMU won both the American regular-season and tournament titles last year but lost to UCLA in the Round of 64.
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