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    Tressel

    In the Trenches: Tressel done at OSU? Fiesta filler? Spring games? - NCAA Football - CBSSports.com

    Then we found out Tressel forwarded the emails to Ted Sarniak. As I wrote Thursday, Ohio State knew about that the day it announced the initial suspension but didn't reveal it publicly. The same school that didn't give players proper "rules education" -- its words -- also didn't have enough oversight over its coach. By hiding those emails, Tressel essentially allowed six players to compete while ineligible. Why the Buckeye Five were allowed to play in the Sugar Bowl remains pretty much a mystery. There are some big-time violations here -- violations that usually end in a coach resigning or getting fired.


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    The Ohio State is just like any other football school in the country; as long as Tressel keeps winning Big 10 titles, keeps beating Michigan and keeps bringing the $$ to the athletic department, he'll be their head coach.



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    Re: Tressel

    Quote Originally Posted by Tank View Post
    The Ohio State is just like any other football school in the country; as long as Tressel keeps winning Big 10 titles, keeps beating Michigan and keeps bringing the $$ to the athletic department, he'll be their head coach.
    except it may not be OSU's decision - given it is under ncaa investigation



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    Re: Tressel

    Quote Originally Posted by Tank View Post
    The Ohio State is just like any other football school in the country; as long as Tressel keeps winning Big 10 titles, keeps beating Michigan and keeps bringing the $$ to the athletic department, he'll be their head coach.
    I would take that bet. Failure to promote. Think about this: Michigan got probation which isn't a big deal but they did get a little punishment for practicing too much by just a little bit. OSU played a who season with a bunch of ineligible guys. That HAS to be a huge penalty. A penalty big enough to force them to fire Tressel since he was the guy who broke the major rule here. The NCAA also suspended Dez Bryant for a year. His lie was much smaller than this one. I don't think Tressel can make it through this.


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