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Topic - Daniel Herron
The NCAA has suspended Ohio State wide receiver DeVier Posey for five more games _ leaving him just one game remaining in his college career _ and three other Buckeyes for one game for taking too much money for a summer job.
The NCAA suspended Ohio State wide receiver DeVier Posey for five more games Friday _ leaving him with only two regular-season games in his senior season _ and three other Buckeyes for one game for taking too much money for a summer job.
The NCAA suspended Ohio State wide receiver DeVier Posey for five more games Friday and three other Buckeyes for one game for taking too much money for a summer job.
Ohio State is in trouble with the NCAA again, this time because three Buckeyes players _ including two who have already been sitting out for taking cash and free tattoos _ accepted too much money for too little work in their summer jobs.
Terrelle Pryor's replacement as the starting quarterback at Ohio State is the No. 1 question of fall camp.
The first Big Ten football championship game will be played in December at the home of the Indianapolis Colts.
Ohio State might want to send a thank-you note to the NCAA for helping to end its bowl misery against the SEC.
Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor and four other Buckeyes were suspended by the NCAA for the first five games of next season for selling championship rings, jerseys and awards, and receiving improper benefits from a tattoo parlor. All can still play in the Sugar Bowl against Arkansas.