Jim Tressel Interested In Becoming College Administrator, According To Report

Jim Tressel has been rumored to be doing just about everything -- from being an NFL head coach to retiring altogether -- since unceremoniously leaving the Ohio State Buckeyes in a sea of turmoil. The latest news indicates that he's interested in heading back to the university system, however, by way of becoming a college administrator.

ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted the news on Sunday morning.

It's an interesting move considering his last foray in college didn't end nearly as well as planned and there were some rumors that he was possibly going to move up in the Indianapolis Colts organization after serving as a game-day consultant this season.

If Tressel is indeed going back to college, it'll be interesting to see if the Buckeyes are indeed going to welcome him back.

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