Auburn preferred walk-on C.J. Harris was ruled ineligible by the NCAA after Auburn coaches discovered he used cannabis oil to fight epilepsy.

Cannabis oil is the only thing that keeps Harris’ seizures at bay, and now, it appears his dream of playing college football is in serious jeopardy.

NCAA athletes aren’t permitted to have any tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in their systems, and cannabis oil has less than 0.3 percent. Even at that minimal level, Harris wouldn’t be able to pass an NCAA drug test. Auburn coaches’ hands were tied in having to make the decision about Harris.

While Harris is looking into JUCO and NAIA programs, it’s likely he’ll need to find a new medicine or give up football altogether.

Following the news, media and fans took the opportunity to hammer the NCAA via Twitter: