Pimping Ain't Easy: The NCAA Suspends 6 Ohio State Buckeyes [AUDIO]

The NCAA recently suspended Ohio State standout Terrelle Pryor and 5 of his draft eligible teammates for 5 games at the start of next season for selling their own memorabilia in exchange for gifts. However, the NCAA is allowing them to play in the multimillion dollar sponsored Allstate Sugar Bowl?

Listen as our political/culture correspondent Ray Baker weighs in on the pimp and ho relationship that exists between the NCAA and it’s players.

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4 Responses to Pimping Ain't Easy: The NCAA Suspends 6 Ohio State Buckeyes [AUDIO]

  1. Jeff Toliver says:

    Well i guess we know who will be entering the draft this year..lol It would be stupid for them to stay an extra year unless they had a shitty season considering that they will miss 5 games. Thats half of the season…Education is important but i know what i would do..lol

  2. Dwight A Webster says:

    Profound. I can’t help but think about how America has been the biggest pimp known to mankind. We are in a land that is so free that one can’t buy whisky and not get arrested for getting drunk. We are so free that one can’t buy a deck a cards and not get arrested for gambling. We are so free that one can’t sell his own possessions and not get penalized. Why could this be? Its because of the root of all evil is money. This is the government seal that you must break in order to drink that bottle or open that deck of cards. They are making money off of you! The NCAA wouldn’t dare suspend the star players because they would lose money from the bowl games. Who cares if they don’t play the first 5 games against Ohio Tech, New York A&T, or West Tennessee A&M?!?! And what’s sad is I drink that whisky and I gamble with those cards. So I guess I’m a hoe! Impatiently waiting on change. Dwight

  3. Jeff Toliver says:

    AND WE WILL BE WAITING FOREVER UNFORTUNETLY

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