Hate to toot my own horn (not really though), but it seems what I suggested COULD be the case WAS the case. - The NCAA may not have been ridiculously slow. In fairness, I said I thought they probably were, but I said theoretically we couldn't have known that. It turns out they took 8 days to act on UF's request to reinstate him. - The NCAA didn't take longer to clear him than he would have had to miss had they acted sooner. I said this was at least possible. They made the announcement today and he's not eligible till next week. No time missed. - I also said it was possible that there was more to Walker than just the Kansas trip. Some people will get caught up in the dollar total. But IMO this wasn't a misinterpretation of the rules or a misstep or technicality regarding a recruiting visit. There's more than a quantity here, there's a quality IMO. But hey, if the rules were the way I wanted them, none of this would have cost Walker a single game. I'm happy for the kid and hope this delay brings him back for a sophomore season.