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Sallie signs elsewhere; Griffin goes down
Posted Jun 28, 2010 by Scott Carter
Updated Jun 28, 2010 at 01:28 PM
Hey folks, a couple of quick notes for your post-lunch Monday.
++ The news out of Louisville today can’t be sitting too well with USF men’s basketball coach Stan Heath and his staff.
Former Memphis G Roburt Sallie, who averaged 10.5 points, 4 rebounds and 1.9 assists last season, has signed with the Cardinals.
Since Sallie’s departure from Memphis, USF has been recruiting Sallie heavily and had a verbal commitment from him, but USF’s academic committee denied Sallie’s entry to the school based on his transcript.
Meanwhile, Sallie signed with Louisville today according to Cardinals coach Rick Pitino.
USF has two scholarships open and Sallie was a top target.
According to the Courier-Journal report, Sallie has yet to qualify academically at Louisville either, which makes the signing probably more disappointing to USF’s staff.
++ USF sophomore WR Sterling Griffin, expected to be a major contributor this fall, suffered an ankle injury this morning during a voluntary workout on campus.
I’m still waiting on USF officials to confirm the severity of the injury. With the departure of Carlton Mitchell to the NFL and A.J. Love’s knee injury, if Griffin’s injury is serious, his loss would be a big blow to USF’s depth at receiver.