Sugar Bowl’s looking up for the Razorbacks

Controversy surrounding several Ohio State football players who allegedly traded signed memorabilia for tattoos and other benefits could mean big things for the Razorbacks who are set to face the Buckeyes in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 4.

The National Collegiate Athletic Association handed down five game suspensions to five Buckeyes including Terrelle Pryor, Ohio’s quarterback, and wide receiver DeVier Posey. On top of that, Mike Adams, Daniel Herron and Solomon Thomas received bans, according to the NY Daily News.

The players will reportedly still be eligible to play in the Jan. 4 game, but will be required to pay back the worth of the services they received — a handsome $1,000 to $2,500 — in order to be reinstated in the NCAA.

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One Response to Sugar Bowl’s looking up for the Razorbacks

  1. AFM says:

    *RazOrbacks! :)

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