BLOOMINGTON -- Bryant Fitzgerald, an Avon alumnus who IU coach Tom Allen considered one of his most promising true freshmen, has been ruled a final non-qualifier, rendering him ineligible for the upcoming football season. According to a news release, Fitzgerald's ineligibility "was caused by a mistake by the Office of Compliance Services of the Indiana University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, which inaccurately advised him regarding his eligibility requirements."
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The Avon football team, coming off a 6-5 record last season, showed it could have the firepower to compete for a Class 6A state title with Friday’s season-opening 58-32 drubbing of visiting Plainfield. The No. 7 Orioles returned 10 starters on offense, and that experience showed against the 5A Quakers. Senior quarterback Cameron Misner, one of those returnees, was stellar with six touchdown passes on his 16-of-20 passing for 348 yards.
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