Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Jim Tressel suspended after Ohio State football memorabilia sales

Jim Tressel has been suspended from Ohio State after the university learned that Tressel, the football team's head coach, had withheld information about players violating NCAA rules and continuing to let them play. Jim Tressel issued an apology.

It started in April 2010, when the NCAA was made aware of possible violations by some Ohio State players.

Several players sold Ohio State football memorabilia to tattoo parlor owner, Edward Rife. In exchange for memorabilia such as jerseys and championship rings the players received cash and discounts on tattoos.

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