Ohio State NCAA Violations: Terrelle Pryor’s Arrogance May Cost Him Forgiveness

Posted by Aaron Green on December-30-2010 Add Comments

Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor asked for forgiveness and apologized Tuesday for his involvement in the NCAA violations, costing him and four other teammates the first five games of next season.

Together, the five Buckeyes sold thousands of dollars worth of memorabilia and university apparel, while receiving discounts at a local tattoo parlor.

In addition to sitting out the first five games of the 2011 season, as part of their punishment, they must repay the money they received from selling the items, totaling over $7,000.

All five must repay at least $1,000, but Pryor owes the most money, $2,500, and may be the worst offender of th...

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