The Bears need general manager availability, with Phil Emery standing at the lectern to announce the future direction of the franchise, today. ASAP.
Sure, Terrelle Pryor and Jim Tressel caused the mess, but Smith’s careless decision to play in the Gator Bowl last year likely cost Ohio State a chance at the National Championship this season.
Gene Smith, the clueless Ohio State athletic director, shouldn’t be the only one “disappointed with the NCAA’s decision” Tuesday. Smith’s disappointed? How about the players who are still bound to the now non-Bowl-eligible Buckeyes next year?
There’s no question a postseason ban was in order, but I had my doubts that the NCAA would actually hand down such a penalty.
Athletic director Gene Smith confirmed to The Associated Press early Tuesday that the NCAA’s committee on infractions would hand down its final sanctions of the Ohio State athletic program at 3 p.m. EST.
Three Ohio State players have been suspended for Saturday’s game for accepting too much money for too little work in their summer jobs.
Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith says he’s disappointed with “where we are” in terms of NCAA violations by its football program and the sanctions that will come with it.
The lawyer for Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has questioned the facts in a Sports Illustrated special report on the Buckeyes’ NCAA problems.
Ohio State President Gordon Gee said Wednesday he expects university athletics director Gene Smith to keep his job.
What was revealed in Monday’s Sports Illustrated piece is a systematic problem that was likely inherited by Tressel and consistently covered up by the hierarchy at Ohio State.
The NCAA is claiming that 10-year coach Jim Tressel lied and withheld information to keep several of his players eligible and on the field after they had accepted improper benefits from the owner of a tattoo parlor.
Gene Smith, Ohio State athletic director has returned tot he school’s campus and has called a press conference for Tuesday night. There remains a chance that head coach Jim Tressel’s job might be in jeopardy.
According to a report, Ohio State head football Jim Tressel knew of some of the infractions that were committed by several of his players.
For the members of the NCAA Tournament selection committee, the 15th floor of The Westin hotel in Indianapolis will become their world from Wednesday through Sunday night as the deliberate the field of 68.