Not so fast Shea Patterson. The Ole Miss QB is trying to become immediately eligible to play at Michigan. Per CBS Sports...
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Patterson is seeking a waiver of the NCAA's traditional year-in-residence rule for transfers before becoming eligible. The approval of such a waiver would presumably have a significant impact on the Wolverines' 2018 season.

"Whoever wrote that response for Ole Miss either wasn't paying attention last year or had a case of selective amnesia," Mars said.

Ole Miss has issues with how its former quarterback portrayed his reasons for transferring after the Rebels were put on NCAA probation late last year, sources said.
CBS Sports reported in February that Patterson and five other former teammates feel they were misled on the scope of that NCAA investigation by former coach Hugh Freeze. You can read more here.
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12 Comments
Larry how about reading the actual write ups before making your headlines. Ole Miss CAN’T block Patterson from playing.. we just disagree with how he portrayed what happened and put it in writing. Surely tigerdroppings isn’t on Mars’ payroll too. This is getting ridiculous
Reply11 days
He's gotta play for Harbaugh and McElwain, isn't that punishment enough?
Reply11 days
karma!!!
Reply12 days
Solly cholly?
Reply12 days
This tells me a big booster handsomely paid someone in his family and they are pissed enough to fight his transfer. I would be too if a paid a ton of money and he transferred out like the oussy he is.
Reply12 days
Let him play wtf Ole Piss. Not a good look
Reply12 days
Could not be happier at how this is all playing out for Ole Miss, Shea Patterson, and Michigan. They all deserve exactly what they are getting.
Reply12 days
True Dat! Clusterf#@k
12 days
It should be worse
12 days
We got it the first time.
Reply12 days
Harbaugh secures his rightful place at 3rd in his division
Reply12 days
Harbaugh secures his rightful place at 3rd in his division
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