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Ohio State players broke the rules and got to play in the Sugar Bowl anyway. Jim Tressel knew about infractions and let it all happen.
Ohio State asked for and received NCAA approval to exceed the limit of football coaches on staff through the Buckeyes' bowl game.
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 lawyer for four Ohio State players set to return from suspensions this week for accepting cash and free tattoos said Monday that the NCAA is questioning the eligibility of one of the players _ and may extend his suspension.
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.
A newspaper is reporting that suspensions could be extended for at least two of the four Ohio State players who were set to return to the team this week.
Just in time for its first road game of the season, No. 17 Ohio State got some good news for a change.
Ohio State must answer several questions from the NCAA before three players suspended for accepting $200 in cash at a charity event are allowed to return to the team.
Three more football players are in hot water at Ohio State.