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David Glenn’s rule proposal to protect innocent seniors from NCAA punishment

 

Louisville’s self-imposed postseason ban for the the 2015-16 season has drawn plenty of criticism in the last week, as senior graduate transfers Damion Lee and Trey Lewis were deprived of their last chance to participate in an NCAA Tournament.

With an 8-3 record in the ACC and a 19-5 mark overall, the Cardinals would have been in position to contend for a high seed in the Big Dance had they opted to play in this year’s event. Instead, the team will be watching from home.

On Thursday, radio host and ACCSports.com contributor David Glenn weighed in with his thoughts on Lee and Lewis, who were not guilty of any wrongdoing, getting the short end of the stick. Specifically, he shared his own rule proposal for the NCAA that would prevent such players from being caught in the same position: