COLUMBUS, Ohio — A day after coach Jim Tressel’s forced resignation for lying about Ohio State players receiving improper benefits, the focus has shifted to the investigation of star quarterback Terrelle Pryor and his succession of used cars.
The salesman who put Pryor behind the wheel of several expensive vehicles said in a sworn affidavit released by Ohio State on Tuesday that he didn’t offer any special deals to Buckeyes.
Jim Tressel’s resignation could be a seminal moment. If there’s ever been a time to take a serious look at all the well-meaning but traditionally ignored proposals for reform, now might be it, Tim Keown writes. Commentary “The deals that I did for Ohio State student-athletes were no different than any of the other 10,000-plus deals that I’ve done for all my other customers,” Aaron Kniffin said in the s