Michael Weathers is expected to be eligible for the entire 2018-19 season for Oklahoma State. The news comes after Weathers was suspended from the team back in September. The former Miami (OH) transfer was charged with felony grand larceny after stealing another OSU student’s wallet at J.R. Murphy’s bar in Stillwater.
Oklahoma State is fully expecting to have Michael Weathers available this season, per Mike Boynton. Legal process will be resolved this week followed by team discipline. Miami (Ohio) transfer averaged 16.7 PPG two years ago.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) October 31, 2018
Weathers will next appear in court on Monday, November 5th. Once the legal process is finished, Weathers will face disciplinary action from the team before rejoining the Cowboys this season.
The redshirt sophomore averaged 16.7 points per game as a Freshman at Miami and was named the MAC 2016-17 Freshman of the year. He will be a huge boost to a young and inexperienced Cowboys backcourt if he can stay out of trouble this season.