Just a little update on that school in Ohio:
Via Sporting News
Ohio State will meet with the NCAA Committee on Infractions Friday in Indianapolis, but the NCAA’s investigation into OSU’s violations are not over, multiple sources have told ESPN.com.
Ohio State has received a second letter from the NCAA, ESPN.com reports.
Ohio State received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA on April 25, and in July the NCAA told OSU that it had not been found guilty of the two most prohibitive sanctions: failure to monitor and lack of institutional control.
Rather, it was clear at the time that the NCAA’s investigation focused primarily on the unethical behavior of former coach Jim Tressel.
Since the investigation into Tressel’s failure to notify his superiors of impermissible benefits a number of his players were receiving, the media has uncovered other potential violations.