Earlier today, it was reported that five Ohio State football players were suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season, in the scandal of the 2010 bowl season.
Those suspended were one defender, and four members of the Buckeyes' offense. The big name that everyone knows in the list of those suspended is the star of the Buckeyes, quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
While they will be missing a sizable portion of next year, they are not suspended from the Sugar Bowl against Arkansas in January. What does this mean for the Buckeyes heading into 2011? What will the fallout be in the locker room or, for that matter, the draft board? Can they be a good team without Pryor?