Notre Dame CB KeiVarae Russell: ‘This school is becoming ridiculous’


Notre Dame Fighting Irish cornerback KeiVarae Russell, along with wide receiver DaVaris Daniels, defensive back Eilar Hardy, defensive end Ishaq Williams and linebacker Kendall Moore are currently undergoing hearings for academic improprieties and could be dismissed from the school if found guilty. None of the players are currently allowed to play.

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Russell apparently isn’t very happy with the proceedings.

Russell posted the following messages on his instagram account.

"“Noooo, still not back. It sucks. Hearing went well in my opinion thought. Was able to express my case from my POV and bring to light alot of what was false “evidence.” But they are making me wait till every hearing is done to make a decision… it sucks.”“This school is becoming ridiculous. I killed my meeting; I was so prepared and ready and was able to refute damn near every suspicion they had. Described details of assignments thoroughly so they couldn’t say I didn’t do it, AND THEY STILL SAID MY DECISION WONT COME UNTIL ALL 5 OF US (and some other minor hearings) ARE DONE. Decision MIGHT come next week, not even 100% it’s tough to understand these people..”"

Obviously, we may never know exactly how these hearings are going and the players have to be frustrated they can’t play in the Irish’s huge showdown with the Stanford Cardinal Saturday afternoon.

(H/T to College Football Talk via CSN Chicago)

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