My God, it will never end.
In a statement released by Ohio State, the University has announced it has self-reported violations made by three OSU football players (running back Jordan Hall, cornerback Travis Howard, and safety Corey Brown) to the NCAA. Hall, Travis and Howard reportedly received impermissible benefits from a charity event earlier this summer -- each totaling $300 or less.
The three players have been suspended for at least the first game of the season against Akron. The university has already filed for reinstatement for those players with the NCAA. Looking at how the NCAA handled the current Miami suspensions, the punishment for these three players could be anywhere between a two-game suspension and an under-water, fight-to-the-death cage match with an angry octopus (because that is how the NCAA operates -- so deal with it).
It’s hard to tell how this impacts Ohio State’s current standing with the NCAA, and whether this will make the coming penalties any worse this October.
What’s even harder to comprehend is the exact level of stupidity at which these guys are operating their life under. Attention Ohio State players: please stop being stupid.
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