Terrelle Pryor Suspended: Should Star QB Be Allowed to Play in Sugar Bowl?
Terrelle Pryor, suspended for five games in 2011, will still be allowed to play in the Sugar Bowl against Arkansas. The NCAA stated that the players were not suspended because, according to the Associated Press, "student-athletes did not receive adequate rules education during the time period the violations occurred."
I know the real reason that Pryor was allowed to play in the Sugar Bowl: ratings. A Sugar Bowl with Ryan Mallett facing Terrelle Pryor means big numbers, but if you take out one of those stars, suddenly it doesn't sound as enjoyable. However, it is true that they did not gain a competitive advantage by doing all of this.
Beyond the Sugar Bowl, what does this mean for the Buckeyes' 2011 season?
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