Published August 16, 2012 - 2:02pm
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The meeting was indeed with the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA), not the NCAA.
There were questions of possible violations in his transfer from Troup County (Ga.) High to Auburn High.
The AHSAA has determined there were no violations in Foster’s transfer to Auburn High School earlier this year, according to a press release.
Auburn High has remained sure they did nothing wrong in the transfer process.
“The Auburn High School athletic office ensures that any transferring student athlete is in good standing and in compliance with AHSAA requirements,” Auburn High Athletic Director Clay McCall said in the release.
Foster’s flip from Alabama to Auburn, and the way he antagonized Bama and their fans in the process, has been well documented.
His mother contests that her son’s commitment to Auburn is so strong that the entire family is going to get Auburn tattoos.
Foster will be suiting up for game one in Auburn High’s first game this season.