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Duron Carter’s hardship waiver denied

Ohio State heading for Rose Bowl

We know some many all of you are ready to move on from any and all news involving former Ohio State and Alabama wide receiver Duron Carter.

Good news for you. Barring a major off-the-field issue, you won’t have to hear about him for the foreseeable future. FAU coach Carl Pelini said that Carter’s request for a hardship waiver allowing the receiver to play this season has been denied, per FAUOwlAccess.com. Carter will still practice with the team and will be eligible in 2013 as a senior.

News of the ruling apparently came last week.

Carter landed at FAU last month after a one-year stint with the Tide. Coincidental enough, the Owls travel to Tuscaloosa this weekend to play Alabama, the second stop Carter’s collegiate journey (f you want to call it that).

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5 Responses to “Duron Carter’s hardship waiver denied”
  1. biggestredmiami says: Sep 18, 2012 8:41 PM

    Dude, THREE Division 1 schools!? Try the NFL already

  2. jpcrockett says: Sep 18, 2012 10:15 PM

    ‘Bama is his third stop, and he’s now on his fourth. Got to count the community college in Kansas where he tried to regroup after getting the boot at TOSU!

  3. dg0122 says: Sep 19, 2012 7:46 AM

    Not being very bright is apparently not an official hardship

  4. mogogo1 says: Sep 19, 2012 11:33 AM

    It’d be fun to read the application to see how they tried to make the case for his “hardship.” Must have been a great creative writing exercise for somebody. I wonder if Carter would be capable of reading it?

  5. dmvtransplant says: Sep 24, 2012 12:23 PM

    When your dad spent years watching uneducated players go onto bankruptcy after their playing careers were over you’d think he’d advice his son to find a school and get that piece of paper instead of trying to find playing time for that last 15 mins of college fame you could obtain? Chris Carter failed as a father and his son is no better off, because of it.

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