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.
No two players trying to make their NFL dreams come true this season epitomize these polar ends of the spectrum more than Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton and Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
The Oakland Raiders used a third-round pick to select former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor in Monday’s NFL Supplemental Draft.
Dane Sanzenbacher wanted to be a Bear even before the NFL Draft. After setting a number of records — including career receiving yards (2,808) and career receptions (151) — Sanzenbacher was labeled as one of those “fringe” guys before April’s draft.
Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor was declared eligible for Monday’s NFL supplemental draft but must sit out the first five games after he signs a contract.
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 leaving Ohio State amidst scandal and probable NCAA sanctions, Terrelle Pryor apologized on Tuesday, saying he’s “sorry for my conduct off the field.”
After leaving Ohio State amidst scandal and an NCAA investigation, former Buckeye quarterback Terrelle Pryor has hired Drew Rosenhaus as his agent and set his sights on an NFL supplemental draft.
The once proud Ohio State football program suffered a black eye as a result of scandals involving head coach Jim Tressel and star quarterback Terrelle Pryor. According to university President E. Gordon Gee, the scandal is “but a temporary condition.”
After being approached by the Saskatchewan Roughriders, former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor says that he isn’t interested in playing in the Canadian Football League.
Everyone has a defining moment in life. You don’t know when it is going to happen to you, but you know that somehow…someday….someway…it WILL happen.
Just a week after Jim Tressel resigned as Ohio State’s head coach, Terrelle Pryor is also on his way out.
The NFL is embroiled in a lockout. And its players are ticked. The NBA might be headed toward a lockout. And its players will be ticked. The NCAA, meanwhile, is not headed toward a lockout. After all, it doesn’t pay its players.
Terrelle Pryor’s godfather and legal guardian believes the embattled quarterback will finish his career at Ohio State.
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.
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.
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.