Though things look somewhat bleak for Ohio St. Buckeyes football, with reports emerging of a school investigation into a number of suspect used car purchases being made by players, but here's a little bit of good news for Bucks fans. Columbus' WBNS-TV reports at least one player paid more than Kelley Blue Book value for a car purchased from one of the dealerships in question, Auto Direct.
The 2003 Chevrolet Impala reportedly went for $9,100, though there's no word on which player is said to have missed out on a good deal.
Auto Direct owner Jason Goss told WBNS that he'd cooperate with Ohio State's investigation. Wouldn't it be amusing if this entire thing came down to being a product of one used car salesman's strange paperwork quirks?