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Seastrunk was granted his release from Oregon two weeks ago and has since enrolled at Baylor.

Because the NCAA does not comment on investigations, there is no indication when the Oregon and LSU matters might be addressed.

Off-field trouble continued for the Ducks when Harris was pulled over for speeding on a suspended license in June. Oregon coach Chip Kelly immediately suspended the dynamic cornerback because of repeated traffic violations, and Oregon’s compliance office was looking into the circumstances surrounding his use of a university employee’s rental car.

Kelly has said that Harris‘ reinstatement is dependent on his adherence to program rules.

Ducks linebacker Kiko Alonso has also been serving a suspension after being arrested this spring on an alcohol-related charge. Both Alonso and Harris have been allowed to practice.

While Oregon’s players have said all along that they are focused on the upcoming season _ and rebounding from the loss to Auburn in the season finale _ on Saturday they get a chance to prove it.

Quarterback Darron Thomas said the Ducks would like nothing more than to quiet all the off-field issues.

“Everybody wants to say all this about Oregon and we don’t like that,” he said. “We’ve just been working hard getting ready for the season, ready to shut everybody up, ready to come out and play ball and forget about all these allegations.”