KENTON, Ohio (AP) -A judge in Ohio has postponed a hearing in quarterback Ben Mauk's lawsuit against the NCAA.
Mauk had asked the organization's reinstatement committee on Thursday to give him one more year of eligibility at the University of Cincinnati. No decision has been made.
On Friday, Hardin County Judge William Hart in Mauk's hometown of Kenton agreed to an NCAA request postponing the next hearing in the court case by two days to Sept. 4.
Mauk contends that an injury prevented him from playing his freshman year at Wake Forest. He has lost earlier appeals.
Cincinnati opened its season with a victory over Eastern Kentucky on Thursday.

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