Ohio State Football: Questionable Car Sales to Athletes Adds to Scandal
Ohio State Football Has Questionable Car Sales to Athletes Added to Scandal
As if it wasn't bad enough already, THE Ohio State football program continues to hit the news wires for all the wrong reasons.
Coach Jim Tressel and his five suspended stars, including quarterback Terrelle Pryor, already brought darkness over the program but now things are continuing to escalate.
According to an AP report on ESPN, "Ohio State's director of compliance is reviewing at least 50 car sales to Buckeyes athletes and relatives to see if they met NCAA rules, The Columbus Dispatch reported Saturday."
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50 cars in exchange for player memorabilia will likely implicate more than just players, it will stretch to families and friends as well.
Former Ohio State player Thaddeus Gibson reportedly bought a car $0.
He claims he is still paying for the car.
Pryor, Tressel and the entire Buckeye program could even, will be bigger trouble that could force more serious ramifications pretty quickly.
Reports indicated Pryor was possibly interested in leaving for the NFL Supplemental draft (an even that may not take place due to the lockout).
This is the type of thing that can haunt Tressel forever.
The next time you hear about THE Ohio State football program it is not going to be good.
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