The NCAA ”plans no further action” regarding an investigation into the eligibility of former Kentucky guard Eric Bledsoe.
NCAA spokesman Chuck Wynne said Tuesday in an e-mail the ”initial-eligibility decision stands” after school district officials in Birmingham, Ala., decided to allow Bledsoe to keep a grade that helped make him eligible.
Superintendent Craig Witherspoon says a teacher claims Bledsoe completed makeup work to justify a higher grade in an algebra course during the 2008-09 school year. The mark was switched from a ”C” to an ”A.”
Witherspoon says an investigation found no documentation to justify the improvement. But, he says, it didn’t prove the change was improper, either.