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Topic - Devier Posey
The lawyer for several suspended Ohio State football players is charging the NCAA with ignoring documentation which he says exonerates or reduces the culpability of his clients.
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 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.
Ohio State might want to send a thank-you note to the NCAA for helping to end its bowl misery against the SEC.
Star quarterback Terrelle Pryor and four Ohio State teammates suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season apologized on Tuesday for selling championship rings and memorabilia and taking discounts from a tattoo parlor.
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.
Classes haven't even started at Ohio State, and already there's a big test.
Posey told the NCAA he worked alongside union laborers.
Larry James, who represents tailback Daniel Herron, wide receiver DeVier Posey, left tackle Mike Adams and defensive end Solomon Thomas, told The Associated Press that "probably we're talking about potentially one player as we speak that there's an issue around.