An Ohio judge has ruled that former Cincinnati quarterback Ben Mauk can't play another season with the Bearcats.
Mauk had been denied a sixth season of eligibility by the NCAA so he turned to the courts for help.
A county judge in his hometown of Kenton, Ohio, issued a ruling Tuesday that allows the NCAA to stop Mauk from playing this season.
Mauk testified last week that a foot injury prevented him from playing during his freshman season in 2003 at Wake Forest, where he played before transferring to Cincinnati.
He led the Bearcats to 10 wins last season and a No. 17 final ranking.

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