In a 13-page letter sent to Gordon Gee, the President of The Ohio State University, the NCAA accuses head football coach, Jim Tressel, of lying to investigators. Tressel, who is already facing a five-game suspension and a 0,000 fine, will more than likely face more serious punishment brought down by the NCAA in the near future.
What began as a scheme by players to make money (and get tattoos), has spiraled into one mess after another for the University, the football program, and Tressel.
Tressel learned of the scheme on April 2, 2010 when Columbus lawyer Christopher Cicero, a former Buckeye walk on, sent the coach an email informing him that a federal agency had found autographed Ohio State jerseys, pants, helmets, cleats, Big 10 championship rings, as well as the “gold…
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