Ex-Iowa state basketball player Bubu Palo is planning to appeal to the board of regents next month.
Palo told the Ames Tribune that he plans to make his case to the board on Dec. 4.
Palo was suspended from the basketball team indefinitely last season when he was charged with second-degree sexual assault. Prosecutors dropped the charges in January when new evidence surfaced and the university agreed to let Palo back on the team.
Iowa State overturned that decision in August, ending Palo’s career as a Cyclone.
Palo is now appealing the university’s decision so he can get back on the basketball team.