The NCAA had originally ruled that Jeremiah Masoli would not be eligible to play for Ole Miss until the 2011 season due to transfer eligibility rules.
But Masoli appealed, and he has now been cleared to play immediately. This is good news for the Ole Miss defense, but it could be bad news for other schools in the SEC.
Though some may look at Masoli as "damaged goods," his talent cannot be ignored, and he may be just what Ole Miss needs to compete with the rest of the loaded SEC.
Does the good outweigh the bad?
Let's take a look at Masoli and what his presence could mean for Ole Miss.