The playing career of Terrelle Pryor at Ohio State could be in doubt, according to a story published by The Columbus Dispatch
Pryor, who already will serve a five-game suspension
at the start of his senior season after selling memorabilia in exchange for cash and improper benefits, is being probed by both the NCAA and Ohio State.
Multiple people told the The Dispatch
the investigation is focused on whether the Buckeyes quarterback received automobiles and other benefits not included in the original suspension.
reported earlier this year that Pryor was stopped for traffic violations three times in the past three years while driving cars that were owned by a car salesman or a Columbus used-car dealer for whom the salesman worked.
Citing federal law, the school would not comment on whether Pryor's activities are currently being examined.