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Topic - Sidney Mcphee
A Chinese official who recently spoke at Middle Tennessee State University's graduation ceremony urged students to consider opportunities abroad.
The NCAA says it's working with Middle Tennessee and hasn't made a final decision on the eligibility of a freshman attempting to play after serving five years in the Marines.
The NCAA initially had ruled Rhodes' participation in recreational leagues during his time in the Marine Corps disqualified him from playing for Middle Tennessee, but reversed course Monday after a firestorm of criticism over the previous 24 hours.
The NCAA has ruled that a Middle Tennessee football player who spent five years in the Marines will be allowed to compete this fall and that he will have four years of eligibility remaining.
Middle Tennessee and Florida Atlantic will join Conference USA, leaving the Sun Belt as part of the ever-changing college landscape.
"There is much to be learned from studying other cultures," she said. "Some of you may find yourselves vying for jobs in Asia, Europe or elsewhere around the globe."
MTSU President Sidney McPhee said during his speech at the graduation that about 70 percent of MTSU graduates get jobs in Tennessee.