Do I remember wrong, but didn't an athlete take a couple of online classes last year to get qualified for UNC?
If so, why couldn't Lorenzo do that?
The issue isn't the classes per se but rather the fact that his HS didn't let him walk at graduation. The thing that ticks me off is that I have heard Lorenzo has done what would be needed of any other student in order to graduate during the summer. Kids take summer school all the time to take a class over that they might have failed. Yet...the NCAA still says no. So its not even a matter of "Lorenzo needs this class to qualify etc..." It is more the fact that his HS just flat out did not let him walk at graduation and that aspect of him being denied a diploma is what has made the NCAA come to their decision.
IDK...it is all to complicated at this point for me and normally when the situation isn't cut and dry it starts to get fishy IMO. The kid is an adequate student probably better than a lot of his Rivals/Scout top 100 classmates yet he is going to prep school and they are going to their respective colleges.