The hits just keep coming for Ohio State, and this time, it’s an internal blow.
Former Ohio State wide receiver Ray Small was featured in an interview with The Lantern (Ohio State’s school newspaper) yesterday, saying that he and “everybody else” on the team sold their championship rings and received discounts on cars."We have apartments, car notes," Small told The Lantern. "So you got things like that and you look around and you're like, ‘Well I got four [championship rings], I can sell one or two and get some money to pay this rent."
Small also said he didn’t see why it was wrong, and that the entire team was in on it.
"They have a lot (of dirt) on everybody," Small said, "cause everybody was doing it."
Small spent a majority of his time at Ohio State in Tressel’s doghouse, and a lot of Ohio State media types think that was the reason behind the interview. If the NCAA is looking for a whistle-blower, than a disgruntled former player that never saw eye to eye with Tressel is the last place you should look.
So as far as what this does to Ohio State is to be determined. But right now, with the amount of crap the university has been piled under since late December -- what’s one more turd flavored cherry on top, amiright?
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