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Back in 2010, five Ohio State Buckeyes football players were exposed for their roles in a horrifying murder-for-hire operation that included then-standout quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who was wanted by both the FBI and Interpol for his role in hundreds of global leader assassinations as far back as the 1830s.
The next chapter in the book of Jim Tressel will take place where everything began.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is the kind of guy who'd be a 52-year old multimillionaire and have his Twitter icon be a picture of himself playing guitar, so it shouldn't be surprising that he'd offer two Super Bowl tickets to whatever random person could predict the new Colts head coach.
It looks like Terrelle Pryor is going to be making that face for while.
Prior to today, most knew that Ohio State's best bet was to punish themselves and then throw themselves at the mercy of the NCAA in hopes the football program wouldn't be hurled into SMU nether regions.
Remember that 12-1 season that the Buckeyes just enjoyed, including their Sugar Bowl win over Arkansas.
While fighting off equal parts of sleep and boredom on a slow Memorial Day at work, one of my co-workers scrolling through Facebook mentioned that Jim Tressel had resigned.
Jim Tressel was not a great football coach, but a good football coach with great resources.
As Jim Tressel was booking his flight for a mandatory NCAA compliance seminar next month, more questions arose over the integrity of the Ohio State football coach's program.
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Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel addressed the media earlier today as the Buckeyes are set to begin spring practice, but The Vest will need more than camo helmets to dodge the inquiries about his program's status with the NCAA.
It's one thing for one of the most straight-laced head coaches in all of American sport, but quite another to be called out by your own student newspaper.
Ohio State University has suspended football coach Jim Tressel two games and fined him $250,000 because he not only knew about five of his players selling autographs and merchandise to a local tattoo parlor, but he also failed to report it to the university’s compliance department or athletic director Gene Smith for more than 9 months.
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Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel has a bunch of nicknames, and all of them are terrible.