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Report: Syracuse forward James Southerland wins appeal

Published on February 10, 2013 by   •   Discussion
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Syracuse forward James Southerland won his appeal and is eligible to play, according to a report from the Post-Standard Sunday morning. He will be available to play when the Orange host St. John’s on Sunday afternoon at the Carrier Dome, according to the Post-Standard. The story was also confirmed by the New York Daily News and ESPN.

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Southerland will return

Southerland has missed his last six games due to an eligibility issue, which The Juice Online has confirmed to be related to academics. The Post-Standard reported that it was due to a term paper from the previous year. The Orange went 4-2 in Southerland’s absence, including a win on the road vs. No. 1 Louisville.

» Related: What is the impact of Southerland’s return?

Southerland is SU’s second leading scorer at 13.6 ppg.

SU was 15-1 at the time of his suspension.

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