I still hope the NCAA hits him harder than that...
The decision is separate from the case involving Tressel, who did not disclose to the NCAA or Ohio State's compliance department for more than nine months that he was aware his players' received money and other benefits from a Columbus tattoo-shop owner.
Failure to disclose the information for that long of a period should result in a longer suspension (or additional sanctions).
Last edited by ISUAgronomist; 03-17-2011 at 08:31 PM.
Failure to disclose the information for that long of a period should result in a longer suspension (or additional sanctions).[/QUOTE]
The college players that have been suspended, has taken the number of games they played for semi-pro teams as the number of games for they suspension. Apply the same rule - Tressel knew before last season, he didn't say anything until 13 games later. Sounds like a season to me!
I still like the plan to let Michigan pick the games instead!! :)
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