Terrelle Pryor, ‘Tattoo 5’ want NCAA to restore Ohio State football records

By Mark Schlabach, ESPN: Quarterback Terrelle Pryor and four other former Ohio State football players who were disciplined for receiving free tattoos and other impermissible benefits in exchange for their memorabilia are asking for Buckeyes victories and individual records to be restored. The Buckeyes were forced to vacate victories and records as part of NCAA sanctions nearly a decade ago.

In a statement posted to Twitter on Tuesday, Pryor and the four other former Buckeyes — wide receiver DeVier Posey, defensive lineman Solomon Thomas, offensive tackle Mike Adams and running back Daniel “Boom” Herron — called “for our school records and legacy to be restored so that Buckeye Nation can look at us with the same love and fondness we’ve always had for them.”




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