OSU Finally Goes Before NCAA

Former head coach Jim Tressel will be in Indianapolis to talk with the NCAA's Committee on Infractions.(Photo: WDPG share (Flickr))
Former head coach Jim Tressel will be in Indianapolis to talk with the NCAA's Committee on Infractions.(Photo: WDPG share (Flickr))

The Ohio State football program gets a chance to defend itself against the NCAA today.

OSU representatives will be in Indianapolis to talk with the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions about the memorabilia-for-tattoos scandal that’s already forced out head coach Jim Tressel and quarterback Terrelle Pryor.

Friday’s hearing comes amid unconfirmed reports that the NCAA is working on ANOTHER investigation of OSU.

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