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    Justice, the Ohio State way

    So,let's get this straight. The guy in charge of the entire football operation (Tressel) knows for 8 months that at least 5 players are breaking NCAA rules,but does nothing about it. Then,when the media finally discloses what was going on,he suspends the players for 5 games the following year,instead of doing the right thing and not letting them play in the bowl game. The smoke finally clears,and the truth comes out about who knew what,and for how long, and what happens? A "self imposed" 2 game suspension for the coach,plus a $250k fine,which will gladly be paid by boosters. I guess when you beat Michigan every year,that's good enough for anybody at OSU. How can we get a job there?

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    [QUOTE=section314;3975763]So,let's get this straight. The guy in charge of the entire football operation (Tressel) knows for 8 months that at least 5 players are breaking NCAA rules,but does nothing about it. Then,when the media finally discloses what was going on,he suspends the players for 5 games the following year,instead of doing the right thing and not letting them play in the bowl game. The smoke finally clears,and the truth comes out about who knew what,and for how long, and what happens? A "self imposed" 2 game suspension for the coach,plus a $250k fine,which will gladly be paid by boosters. I guess when you beat Michigan every year,that's good enough for anybody at OSU. How can we get a job there?[/QUOTE]

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