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|Eric Bledsoe averaged 11.3 points per game during his lone season at Kentucky, a 35-3 season that will not be vacated because of questions surrounding his high school grades.|
Prior to the release of the Bledsoe report, NCAA spokesman Chuck Wynne wrote by e-mail that the NCAA reserves the right to change the eligibility status of a player if "new and correct" information comes to light that was not previously available.
"The entire process relies on the integrity of information no matter when it is provided/discovered, and who is providing it," Wynne wrote. "If there are questions about the integrity of the information, the institution and the NCAA work together to determine what happened.
"In the end, it's the NCAA's responsibility to get certification right even if it means changing an earlier decision. If the institution knew there was inaccurate information, it becomes an enforcement issue."