Ohio State University on Tuesday dropped its review of car purchases by football players and family members after two separate investigations found dealerships made money on almost all of the sales.
After an investigation into the car purchases by Ohio State football players, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles says it found no evidence players received improper deals.
On Monday, head coach Jim Tressel resigned as the Ohio State head football coach. The resignation stemmed from his cover up of players receiving improper benefits. On Tuesday, the NCAA turned it’s focus to one of those player, Terrelle Pryor, and his cars.