An investigation by the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles of two Columbus-area automobile dealerships found that no state laws were broken in the recording or pricing of some of the used car deals given to Ohio State football players and family members.
A tattoo parlor owner who bought Ohio State football memorabilia was charged Friday in federal court with drug trafficking and money laundering, though his attorney said there's no connection with the scandal unfolding over the sale of the items.
Ohio State suspended football coach Jim Tressel for two games on Tuesday night, following a report that said he 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 gear to the owner of a tattoo parlor more than eight months before the school said it was made aware of improper transactions.