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Read: NCAA Ohio State Public Infractions Report

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Former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel arrives for a hearing in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday, Aug. 12, 2011. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

Former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel arrives for a hearing in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday, Aug. 12, 2011. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

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(CBS) The NCAA gave Ohio State a one-year postseason ban Tuesday and took away four scholarships, while adding an extra year of probation.

Ohio State had already self-imposed a two-year probation period and taken away five scholarships.

In addition, former head coach Jim Tressel was given a five-year show cause penalty, meaning if a school hires him, they could be subject to sanctions.

The Buckeyes will not appeal and will not be eligible for a bowl game or the Big Ten Championship Game next season.

You can read the NCAA’s full public infractions report on Ohio State below:

READ: NCAA’s Ohio State Public Infractions Report

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