Last year, the Board of Regents in Georgia made it much more difficult for the state's public colleges and universities to admit students who lack the legal documentation to live in the state. Many politicians pushed for the shift. Now the state is discussing an unintended consequence of the new rules: a lost football recruit at the University of Georgia. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that a a 6-foot-5, 340-pound offensive lineman who committed to the university in the summer couldn't be admitted. The university was required by the new state policy to reject the student, the son of Samoan immigrants.
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