The lawyer for Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has questioned the facts in a Sports Illustrated special report on the Buckeyes’ NCAA problems.
Head coach Jim Tressel was recently the center of controversy and an NCAA investigation at Ohio State, now it looks like that focus is shifting to quarterback Terrelle Pryor and his cars.
Ohio State President Gordon Gee said Wednesday he expects university athletics director Gene Smith to keep his job.
Even after the latest allegations against Jim Tressel, Ohio State legend Jack Nicklaus is not backing off his support for the former Buckeyes football coach.
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.
In their last game of the 2010 season, Terrelle Pryor led the Ohio State Buckeyes to a 31-26 win in the Sugar Bowl. And as each day passes, and more reports about Pryor surface, it looks like that could prove to be his final college game.
Shortly after Jim Tressel resigned as Ohio State’s head coach, the speculation about his replacement started up. Two of the biggest the names that have been mentioned are Urban Meyer and Jon Gruden.
Once revered for being a beacon of integrity, Ohio State head football coach Jim Tressel signed on Monday, in the midst of a scandal. While the scandal is new to Tressel and Ohio State, it’s not new at all to college football.
An investigation by Sports Illustrated delves into the decline and fall of Ohio Buckeyes coach Jim Tressel, who resigned Monday amid NCAA violations from a tattoo parlor scandal.
Ohio State head football coach Jim Tressel has resigned amid NCAA violations and mounting revelations that sullied the image of one of the nation’s top football programs.
Jim Tressel will pay for his own defense lawyers as the Ohio State head coach faces charges that he was aware his players had received improper benefits and didn’t report it.
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.
A newspaper has reported that several Buckeye players traded dozens of items to the owner of a tattoo parlor, receiving tattoos, $14,000, and in one case a sport-utility vehicle.
No one likes it when they find out a person who they thought they could trust is a complete phony.
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.
Ohio State coach Jim Tressel apologized for letting people down Wednesday, and acknowledged that some may view him as a cheater in the wake of NCAA violations that resulted in a five-game suspension.
There are plenty of other things that I should be focused on besides college football, but I just can’t help myself…college football is a complete mess.
In a year when numerous big name college football programs have been sanctioned, the Buckeyes and Coach Jim Tressel have offered the NCAA a prime opportunity to make a resounding statement.
A black cloud is hanging over The Ohio State University after five football players were suspended in December and now with Head Coach Jim Tressel not initially admitting to his prior knowledge of the players receiving improper benefits.
Four years ago, when Terrelle Pryor signed with Ohio State, he was hailed by the sweater-vested faithful as a conquering hero whose arrival in Columbus guaranteed a national championship.