Ohio State To Reduce Scholarships

Ohio State To Reduce Scholarships

Ohio State University will reduce its football scholarships by five over the next three years as part of the university’s latest self-imposed punishment it hopes will satisfy NCAA investigators weighing how to respond to the school’s football scandals, according to the Associated Press. The university previously announced it will repay the $338,811 it received for playing in the Sugar Bowl, a 31-26 victory over Arkansas, along with vacating the 2010 season including the Sugar Bowl win and going on two years of NCAA probation.

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