A rotten Memorial Day for Ohio St. Buckeyes fans looks like it might get even worse. The Columbus Dispatch reports QB Terrelle Pryor, who'd already been suspended for almost half the 2011 season, is now the subject of investigations by both the NCAA and the school into whether he's been involved in the Columbus cars scandal -- a separate issue than the tattoos-for-memorabilia story, though this report also cites "extra benefits" that may have come into play.
According to the Dispatch, Pryor has been questioned by NCAA officials "within the past few weeks." He's also reportedly been "connected to more than a half dozen vehicles" during his time on campus.
For what it's worth, Ohio State blog Eleven Warriors has heard from "a pretty reliable source" that Pryor may have played his last down for the Buckeyes. All this and that long-awaited Sports Illustrated story on Tressel hasn't even hit the Internet yet.