BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The NCAA says Boise State can immediately assist a homeless football recruit who signed to play with the team in February.
Antoine Turner said in an interview with KTVB-TV in Boise that he's recently been living in a motel, along with a car belonging to his girlfriend, as he finishes up classes at Fullerton College in California.
Boise State received clearance Wednesday from the NCAA to reach out to Turner and offer support.
After graduating from Fullerton, the defensive tackle is scheduled to take summer school classes at Boise State, where he will live in the dorm and have a meal plan.
Turner grew up in New Orleans. He told the station his mom died of cancer when he was young and it strained the relationship with his father.
Information from: KTVB-TV, http://www.ktvb.com/