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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Edward Rife
The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday suspended for one year the law license of an attorney whose emails to Jim Tressel triggered an ongoing scandal and NCAA investigation that cost the football coach his job at Ohio State University.
A federal judge handed down a three-year sentence Wednesday to the tattoo parlor owner whose purchase of Ohio State University football memorabilia triggered a far-reaching football scandal and an ongoing NCAA investigation.
The tattoo parlor owner whose purchase of Ohio State memorabilia triggered a far-reaching football scandal says he has received death threats and saw his family's finances destroyed.
A judge has set a sentencing date for the tattoo parlor owner whose purchase of Ohio State memorabilia triggered a far-reaching football scandal.
Three more football players are in hot water at Ohio State.
Ohio State is vacating its wins from the 2010 football season, including its share of the Big Ten championship and the Buckeyes' victory over Arkansas in the 2011 Sugar Bowl.
The attorney whose email tip to Jim Tressel launched a scandal that led to his forced resignation as Ohio State's football coach and possible NCAA discipline for the school is being investigated for legal misconduct by the Ohio Supreme Court.
Ohio State University must "scrub everything" as it works to restore order after the resignation of Jim Tressel, OSU president Gordon Gee said Monday, one week after the football coach's departure.
The lawyer for Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has questioned the facts in a Sports Illustrated special report on the Buckeyes' NCAA problems, saying the story is "90-percent wrong."
In the wake of football coach Jim Tressel's stunning resignation, attention is now focusing on the job security of Ohio State President Gordon Gee and athletic director Gene Smith.
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.
At the bottom of the stunning resignation letter that he carefully typed in his office on Monday morning, in the last lines above his characteristically neat and clear signature, Ohio State coach Jim Tressel closed with a personal note.
Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith has returned to campus, and a news conference has been called for Tuesday night after a report that football coach Jim Tressel was aware of potential NCAA violations involving star quarterback Terrelle Pryor and others months before the school was told.
Yahoo! Sports is reporting Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel was informed that some of his players had sold memorabilia to the owner of a tattoo parlor more than eight months before the school said it was made aware of improper transactions.
He said he's had to sell his house; move his daughters, ages 6 and 11, to different schools because of taunts they've received; and currently is separated from his wife.
Judge Frost said he took into consideration the many letters of support he had received on Rife's behalf and said Rife was different from many other drug defendants.