TCU isn’t giving up without a fight.

Earlier this month, the NCAA denied an immediate eligibility waiver for Ohio State transfer quarterback Matthew Baldwin. Currently, Baldwin, his family and TCU are fighting that decision and have filed a reconsideration request, according to a report from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

If the NCAA chooses to uphold its decision on Baldwin, an appeal can then be filed. It’s a lot of paperwork, but TCU would like the former Buckeye to be eligible by the time the season kicks off at the end of the month.

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According to the report, Baldwin and TCU intend to provide more information in the reconsideration request, as well as a potential appeal, if necessary.

Baldwin decided to leave Ohio State following spring ball. He was battling with Georgia transfer Justin Fields for the No. 1 spot before he decided to leave Columbus. Now, he’s hoping to make a run for the starting job with the Horned Frogs.

TCU will open the season on Saturday, Aug. 31 against Arkansas-Pine Bluff