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Wisconsin fans have seen the NCAA’s inconsistencies in allowing transfers to be eligible for an upcoming season, most recently with former Ohio State big man Micah Potter missed a chunk of Wisconsin’s 2019-20 campaign.
This offseason the program was extremely active in the portal, adding guard Jahcobi Neath from Wake Forest, Chris Vogt from Cincinnati and guard Isaac Lindsey from UNLV.
Well, the program and its fanbase will not experience the same Micah Potter saga again as CBSSports’ Jon Rothstein recently tweeted that Vogt will be fully eligible for the upcoming season since he is a college graduate.
Wisconsin's Chris Vogt is fully eligible for the 21-22 season since he is a college graduate, per a school spokesman. Transfer from Cincinnati. Also played for Northern Kentucky.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) July 26, 2021
Vogt averaged 8.4 points per game, 4.9 rebounds per game and 1.4 blocks per game during his two years at Cincinnati—that while shooting 62 percent from the floor and just 49 percent from the free-throw line.
Basketball season is still months away, but at least there’s good news this week regarding Vogt’s ability to play when the season does get underway.