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grayshirt year

grayshirt year
 v.— «But he injured his left knee and took a grayshirt year (going to school part time without losing a year of eligibility).» —“Poly star plays bigger than he looks” by Jorge Valencia, Maureen Delany Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California) Oct. 1, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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