PITTSBURGH (NEWSRADIO 1020 KDKA) — Ohio State University’s football program is in serious trouble.

Head football Coach Jim Tressel has resigned amid allegations that dozens of his players have traded OSU memorabilia, including championship rings, for everything from tattoos to marijuana. Worse yet, Tressel was aware of the NCAA violations as far back as 2002. What is going on in the Buckeye state?

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KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to former Steeler quarterback Mike Tomczak, an alumnus of OSU who led the Buckeyes to two national championships, about what is happening at his former university and how college athletes can be corrupted by the allure of fame and fortune.

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