And most certainly shouldn't be fired.
Anyone with any common sense would look at the Dieng situation and think - he's a shoe-in for eligibility... For Christ's sake, he'd probably qualify for eligibility into an Ivy League school. The NCAA will have to look at this and see the error of their ways. The kid supposedly speaks 5 different languages and scored a 31 on the ACT... I have an MBA and I think I only scored a 21 or 23 on the ACT. To declare him academically ineligible based on missing some classes is ludicrous. He obviously has the intelligence and determination to be able to tackle anything he sets his mind to... I guarantee he'd get better grades than 90% of the college athletes in most any sport... I mean seriously, if it's just because he didn't have enough English classes or not enough or high enough math classes, the NCAA definitely needs to take a serious look at itself and its admissions/eligibility requirements!