Everyone Who Ever Had Anything To Do With Terrelle Pryor Is Now In Trouble

By the time this is all over, you will be in trouble for merely reading about the Terrelle Pryor/ Ohio State scandal. Next in line for punishment: the attorney who kicked off the entire scandal's discovery by sending Tressel emails regarding players hanging out with an accused drug dealer and admitted tattoo parlor owner, one Christopher T. Cicero of Columbus, Ohio. 

The Ohio State Supreme Court's Office of Disciplinary Counsel has filed a formal complaint against Cicero for violating professional codes of client confidentiality in revealing detalis of a case to Tressel via emails sent to the former Ohio State coach. Tressel then went on to ignore those details, and then lie to NCAA investigators about them, and that's how we ended up where we are today. To review: everyone is in tons of trouble, and will remain so for the immediate future. This includes you, who probably did something in this whole thing, and are guilty of something. 

In the meantime, Ohio State fans have managed to keep Tressel's martyrdom in perspective.

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