Five Ohio State University players receive suspensions for selling University issued apparell, awards, etc.--NEXT SEASON.
Ok, does anyone remember Shyrone Carey selling tickets given to him for the BCS Championship game for the '03 season? What punishment was handed down?
Shyrone was ineligible for the Championship game.
Skip to 2010. Steven Ridley has an academic infraction. Apparently serious. (Ok, allegedly serious.) What punishment is handed down? Ineligible for the bowl game.
I like consistency.
Last year, Dez Bryant was suspended for having dinner at Deion Sanders' house where possibly he got advice about an agent, but more importantly, he LIED the almighty NCAA about it.
Still, we're seeing consistency, even if it's petty.
Again, A.J. Green at Georgia sold a jersey. Boom-4 game suspension handed out on the spot.
Ah, Auburn. The money generating match up of the season. Well, everyone knows about this.
Not very consistent.
THE Ohio State University has another SEC
slaughter match up lined up. Uh, oh. We just CAN'T suspend these boys for this game. What to do? What to do? OOO, OOO, Mr. Kotter Mr. Kotter, I know-suspend them next year. Especially since Pryor probably will probably declare for the draft and not return, thus allowing him and the university to get off scot-free for infractions dating back two years because they weren't properly educated about the rules at the time the infractions took place. WTF? osu doesn't have
This isn't inconsistency. This is sheer hypocrisy. Ludicrous.