Terrelle Pryor

DSC_0083                Three years college experience.

The Ohio State University found itself in trouble in 2011 when five players were sanctioned after a visit to a tattoo parlor.  Star OSU Quarterback Terrelle Pryor was one of the five players who allegedly received illegal benefits when he sold his jersey, championship ring, and other paraphernalia.  This was a monumental case in the NCAA that resulted in key rule changes.  If college athletes were able to be paid these players wouldn’t have been sanctioned for belongings that are actually theirs.


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