Gonzaga will go into the regular season without junior forward Guy Landry Edi. He's been ruled ineligible by the NCAA for eight games, GU officials confirmed Saturday.
More below in a short article that will run in Sunday's S-R.
Gonzaga junior forward Guy Landry Edi has been ruled ineligible for eight games by the NCAA, Bulldogs athletic director Mike Roth said.
Gonzaga knew during the recruiting process that Landry Edi, a transfer from
Gonzaga is appealing the decision, Roth said. “We know that it could be a maximum of eight games, but we’re appealing that and hoping for less. We knew for sure he was going to have to sit two games, based on his playing on an upper-level team in
The NCAA informed Gonzaga it was fine for Landry Edi to play in Friday’s exhibition game. He scored four points and grabbed three rebounds in 16 minutes in the Bulldogs’ 95-51 win over
Gonzaga’s first eight games are against Eastern
The 6-foot-6, 218-pound Landry Edi averaged 16.3 points and seven rebounds during the 2011 National Junior College Athletic Association Tournament to help
Roth hopes to learn the result of Gonzaga’s appeal soon, but added there isn’t a timeline.