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Another year for Cowan?

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NCAA has already ruled to give “spring” athletes an extra year of eligibility because of all this. They are considering doing the same for “winter” athletes. Basketball is a “winter” sport. 
 

If the option were there, would Cowan want to come back for a 5th year?

On Sr Day I heard that he is already in a Masters program. Another year and he could just finish that.  He had missed out on the most important part of his Sr year. He could come back and set the all time scoring record. The negatives would obviously be more classes and a year missed of earning. Whether that earning is in basketball or another field. 
 

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I hope so.  If he came back along with Stix we would be one of the favorites to win it all.  Jalen might be a lottery pick so if he left I would completely understand.  Hope he comes back though.

As far as I'm concerned, every senior on every team across the country should have the opportunity to come back.  Doesn't matter what team or conference. They had their chance at glory snatched away.  And that sucks.

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On 3/14/2020 at 8:51 AM, sportsfan8703 said:

On Sr Day I heard that he is already in a Masters program. Another year and he could just finish that.  He had missed out on the most important part of his Sr year. 

 

Could be his Senior year he was in a master's program.  Tim Tebow did something similar I think, where he finished school early but used his last year on a Master's program.  Maybe it wasn't Tebow, but I know it was someone famous, college wise.  I wouldn't think he'd come back.  I think he has enough on his resume to play in NBA D-League or overseas, if not the NBA.  I hope and think Jalen might come back, but who knows.  

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Reminds me of Terps 1st half basketball.  Recruit him if Cowan can't return?

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