Quentin Grimes had 21 points as Houston topped Texas State 68-60 on Wednesday night.
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Former Kansas guard Quentin Grimes, the best available transfer according to ESPN's rankings, announced his commitment to Houston on Thursday. Grimes chose the Cougars over Texas A&M. He's expected to apply for a waiver to be eligible immediately at Houston, as The Woodlands, Texas native is transferring back to be closer to home. It's unclear whether the NCAA's rule changes earlier this week regarding waivers will impact Grimes' hopes to play right away. If Grimes isn't given a waiver, he will have to sit out the 2019-20 season and have three years of eligibility remaining.
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