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December 5, 2002

Valdosta - Valdosta State University is taking another look at its policies and procedures. It follows the decision to get a football player out of jail just so he could play in a game.

President Ronald Zaccari didn't find out until Monday morning that 22-year old Reggie Rhodes was taken from jail to play in Saturday's game. Since then, he's been investigating the matter and is considering making changes in the university policy.

"I'm going to review the chronology of the events and see what we learned from these circumstances and what we might want to do differently," said Zaccari.

Rhodes, who was in jail for probation violation, is now free and will be able to play in Saturday's semifinal game.

posted at 3:30 by ashley.harper@walb.com

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