In a ruling by the NCAA's Division I Committee on Infractions on Tuesday, Ohio State was cited for failure to monitor, preferential treatment and extra benefit violations in its football program. Former coach Jim Tressel was found to have engaged in unethical conduct.
Here are the penalties facing Ohio State.
- One-year bowl ban for the 2012 postseason.
- Reduction of football scholarships from 85 to 82 over each of the next three seasons. Total scholarship reduction of nine.
- Three years of probation from Dec. 20, 2011, through Dec. 19, 2014.
- Five-year show cause order for Tressel, making it tough for him to coach in college during this period.
- Vacation of all wins for the 2010 football regular season, including the Big Ten co-championship and participation in the Sugar Bowl.
- Forfeiture of $338,811 the university received through the Big Ten for appearing in the Sugar Bowl.
- Disassociation with a booster for 10 years.
- Disassociation with a former player, believed to be Terrelle Pryor, for five years.
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