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The End Of The Andy Oliver Affair

On June 4, 2008, I wrote a piece titled, Let Andy Play.  That article and its 51 comments changed this site forever.  Andy Oliver, an outstanding pitcher at Oklahoma State University had been suspended by the NCAA because the association found out that at the time Oliver was deciding whether to go to OSU or […]

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They Still Won’t Let Andy Play

It all started with a simple post with the title, Let Andy Play.  I was lucky enough to be privy to some inside information before many large publications heard any word concerning the indefinite suspension of Oklahoma State pitcher, Andy Oliver, in this year’s baseball NCAA Tournament.  In the beginning, it was a battle of […]

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Oliver Adds OSU As A Defendant

Just when you thought that Andy Oliver was suing the world, he adds his future Alma Mater to the fold.  As a site that has been dedicated to the coverage of the ongoing Andy Oliver affair, SportsAgentBlog.com had received first word that Oklahoma State University is now one of the Defendants on the second amended […]

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The Andy Oliver Affair

On June 2, I wrote a post about a left-handed pitcher named Andy Oliver who had been restricted from helping his Oklahoma State University team advance in the NCAA tournament with the hope of playing in the College World Series.  At that point, I was merely pondering about what could have occurred to make the […]