It's certainly been an interesting couple of weeks for 2010 point guard K.C. Ross-Miller. After initially enrolling at LSU, Ross-Miller was denied eligibility by the NCAA because they wouldn't accept all of his high school credits.
The decision by the NCAA meant that LSU was out for Ross-Miller. The SEC does not allow partial qualifiers (he has a qualifying test score) so it meant that the product of God's Academy in the Dallas area needed to find that home.
As of today, Ross-Miller has found a new home and is on his way to enroll in school and play for Isiah Thomas' Florida International program. He has petitioned the NCAA to reverse their decision, but is prepared to sit out this season if need be.