On Wednesday, KU football coach Turner Gill said that Conner Teahan would have three years of football eligibility if he made the team.
But it turns out that Teahan, a basketball walk-on who is trying out this spring to play quarterback, would have two years instead.
Certainly, that makes things much tougher on Teahan to be able to make an impact on the football field.
The reason Teahan has two years of eligibility is that the NCAA gives each athlete five years to play four seasons of a sport. Teahan has already been on campus for three years, so he is only left with two years to play two seasons of football.
Just wanted to clarify.