JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- The attorney for Mississippi State signee Renardo Sidney and his parents says meetings with the NCAA on Monday and Tuesday were "productive."
The Sidneys met with NCAA investigators at the Montgomery, Ala., offices of attorney Don Jackson, answered questions about their finances and are now returning to Los Angeles.
The NCAA is questioning the 6-foot-10 power forward's amateur status after newspaper reports based on anonymous sources that questioned how the Sidneys were living in million-dollar homes after leaving Jackson to live in Los Angeles while their son played at Fairfax High.
Sidney is expected to enroll at Mississippi State next month and hopes to play next season for the Bulldogs. If the NCAA finds his amateur status has been compromised, he could be forced to sit out part or all of next season.
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