Ohio State Football: School investigating whether NCAA violations took place
Both the Columbus Dispatch and WBNS-TV have reported on their respective websites that The Ohio State University (is there any other?) is looking into possible NCAA violations regarding football players being the recipient of free tattoos in exchange for autographs.
The Associated Press reached Ohio State associate athletic director Dan Wallenberg, who said in an e-mail, “No information to share.”
The Dispatch noted that all "prominent" players were in attendance at Tuesday's final practice before the players part ways for their Christmas break. All players are due back in Columbus on Sunday, the day after Christmas, to resume practice for the Jan. 4 Sugar Bowl against Arkansas. The team leaves on Dec. 29 for New Orleans.
It remains to be seen whether the violations would mean player suspensions for the Sugar Bowl, if proven to be true.
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