Dez Bryant, suspended by the NCAA for lying about his relationship with former NFL star Deion Sanders, has seen his final appeal denied.
In an ESPN interview, suspended Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant says he is undecided on whether or not to enter the 2010 NFL Draft.
Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant has been suspended for the season by the NCAA, though the Cowboys are appealing and expect a decision by next week. The NCAA announced Tuesday the suspension will be in force until September 2010.
"There's nothing new," Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said regarding the status of suspended wide receiver Dez Bryant.. "We've had no response. I think everybody has given up."
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy, speaking of wide receiver Dez Bryant, told The Dallas Morning News that "there's no question that he's learned his lesson and that should help him down the road, later in life." Though Gundy doesn't know when the status of his star receiver will be known.
As expected Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant and associate athletic director for compliance Scott Williams met with the NCAA to discuss Bryant's potential reinstatement. Bryant was suspended by the University for lying about his interaction with former NFL star Deion Sanders.
Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant and associate athletic director Scott Williams will travel to Indianapolis to meet with the NCAA on Tuesday.
Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant will meet with the NCAA, possibly on Tuesday, to discuss his possible reinstatement.
After being ruled ineligible on Wednesday, Oklahoma wide receiver Dez Bryant had this to say on his Facebook account: "This is why I'm suspended.....I went to Deion sanders house ....and the NCAA found out.....they ask me if I been to his house I told them no...I thought it was a violation...but it wasn't... so I (admitted later that) I went to his house. ... I lied to ...them and I shouldn't have....and I'm not suspended for the rest of the season....I'm sorry osu!!"
Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant's ineligibility stems from failing to fully disclose to the NCAA his contact with an ex-NFL player.
Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant has been ruled ineligible for violation of the NCAA unethical conduct policy, according to The Oklahoman.
Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant (calf) and running back Kendall Hunter (ankle) have been ruled out versus Grambling on Saturday.
There have been no further updates on the status of Dez Bryant (calf) for this week's game against Grambling.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy says wide receiver Dez Bryant is day-to-day with a strained hamstring.