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The "Senator" doesn't' seem quite as senatorial now does he? Former Ohio State Buckeye head coach Jim Tressel has been a hot topic amongst the college football world in the past few months for all the wrong reasons.
Amidst the NCAA allegations of rule violations that Ohio State is currently facing and the resignation of Tressel, one can only assume that the Buckeyes face a very strict punishment by the NCAA.Many felt that when QB Terrelle Pryor committed to the Buckeyes, his arrival would bring positive results to both Ohio State and Tressel. Instead the exact opposite has happened. Tressel was forced to resign, AD Gene Smith could be next in line, and Pryor is rumored to be foregoing his senior year and may enter the July NFL Supplemental Draft.
For the last decade, Tressel has experienced a tremendous amount of
success, both on the recruiting trail and the gridiron. Tressel
accumulated a 106-22 record, seven Big Ten titles, six Bowl victories
and a National Title back in 2002. In retrospect, there is a clear
reason that the prestige of the Ohio State program was not the only
reason the Senator was able to bring the amount of talent he did to