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NCAA.com | August 19, 2014

Never too late

It's never too late to earn a college education. That is the case for Arkansas basketball great Lee Mayberry.

The 44-year-old returns to campus this fall to complete the degree he began over 20 years ago. Mayberry was a versatile point guard for the Razorbacks and is the school's all time leader in steals and assists. He was selected 23rd overall in the 1992 NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks and retired after seven season.

Mayberry will also join Arkansas basketball head coach Mike Anderson's staff.

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