Miami Hurricanes quarterback Tate Martell, who transferred in from Ohio State this past offseason, has been granted a hardship waiver by the NCAA. - The University of Miami football program announced Tuesday that the National Collegiate Athletic Association has approved a waiver for quarterback Tate Martell, which makes him immediately eligible for competition.
The 5-foot-11, 204-pound Martell is a redshirt sophomore, and will have three seasons of eligibility with the Hurricanes. Then, former Georgia quarterback Justin Fields announced his decision to transfer to Ohio State, and he enrolled in classes in Columbus, Ohio. Malik Rosier was a senior in 2018 and N'Kosi Perry had a tumultuous 2018 season.
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A few weeks later, Martell announced his intention to transfer.
"We are pleased with this ruling and appreciate the NCAA recognizing that this waiver met the criteria under the membership established guidelines", Miami athletics director Blake James said in a statement.
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