Ohio State Football Suspensions: What Does It Mean for 2011 OSU Season?

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Ohio State Football Suspensions: What Does It Mean for 2011 OSU Season?
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Ohio State Football is the latest in a string of programs to be hit with an NCAA sanction for illegal benefits that were rewarded to athletes. It seems that five of the Buckeyes football players were given gifts and now must suffer the consequences. 

10TV News is reporting that Mike Adams, Daniel Herron, Devier Posey, Terrelle Pryor and Solomon Thomas must sit out five games in 2011 and repay gifts ranging from $1,000 to $2,500. This is a big story with ramifications that will be felt long after the end of next year. Here is what this all means for Ohio State. 

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