Originally Posted by Monomach
So..those seven different new cars (all registered to the same dealership) that he had at Ohio State...
Was he only taking them so he could park them in his mother's house and crank up their heaters?
My thoughts exactly.
It's great that he used money received to pay his momss bills, hell I might have considered doing the same.
However, lets not act like he risked his career just to help his mom out. He did some other really stupid things that jeopardized his career as well.
I respect him for paying his mom's bills, but this still seems like a cop out for what he did.
Originally Posted by Rabscuttle
...and I suppose the free golf at the country club was a means for him to find the missing heat.
That actually never happened.
Violations included selling of memorabilia and discounted tattoos at one particular tattoo parlor (and in Pryor's case, a loan for a car and repairs to said car)
As well as some players being payed for work that they did not do.
Terrell Pryor is athlete #5 for your reference.