This morning, Dacorious Law signed with Ole Miss. The school reported it, and Hugh Freeze talked about Law in his press conference. Law apparently has a lot of academic trouble but may qualify. Because of this, he also signed with East Mississippi Community College. Everything seemed to be going like it was supposed to. If Law couldn't qualify to play at Ole Miss, he would play at East Mississippi.
No one else thought anything of it. Then a report surfaced that Law had in fact signed with Utah. Both schools received letters of intent. No one really understood what was going on.
Then Bay News 9, a local news channel, published a video to its website showing Law signing with Utah despite his family wearing Ole Miss clothing. He even explains that he ultimately thought Utah was best for him, despite his family thinking he was going to Ole Miss. And that would have been fine... if he hadn't sent a letter of intent to Ole Miss.
Now no one can quite figure out where he'll end up. NCAA bylaws say it will ultimately come down to which school reported the signing first. I guess we'll find that out soon enough.
Ultimately, it probably doesn't even matter, as Law is likely to end up in junior college.
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