Kansas coach Bill Self announced Wednesday that the NCAA has cleared star freshman Josh Selby academically, but that his amateurism status is under review.“Josh’s status for competition hasn’t changed,” Self said in a statement. “While he has met NCAA academic requirements to be on aid, practice and compete this year, we continue to work with the NCAA as we review his amateur status. We will not play Josh in games until that process is complete and a decision is rendered. “We support and respect the process, and hope that it is over sooner rather than later. But we don’t expect a decision on this before the regular season begins. We will not comment further until the process is complete.” The NCAA is examining night classes Selby took for high school credit as well as his relationship with Bay Frazier, Carmelo Anthony’s business manager. Selby has been practicing with the Jayhawks but won’t play a game until his status is resolved. Kansas opens the season Nov. 12.