AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The NCAA says Texas recruit Mo Bamba remains eligible to play next season after looking at assistance he has received from a Detroit financial adviser named Greer Love. Bamba's older brother released a Facebook video last month in which he accused Love of giving Bamba money and gifts. Love got to know the family in Harlem some years ago. The NCAA says he does not meet its definition of an agent and the assistance he has provided does not constitute a rule violation.
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