Just as OSU thinks it was done with NCAA investigation new reports surfaced today that Terrelle Pryor was given free access to a golf club, some of which occurred before he even took the field for OSU.
President Gordon Gee said the NCAA left campus a week ago after its investigation into the tattoo parlors and free cars which were received by the players.
But today the reports surface indicating that Pryor had been given access to Scoito Reserve Country Club with Dennis Talbott and played as often as 3-4 times per week. The club manager discussed the fact that Talbott was removed from the club that fall for unpaid bills but in the meantime he played frequently with OSU players.
Even in the unlikely event that the players reimbursed Talbott for the actual gues fees of $80-100 per round, it seems that the NCAA might still view the whole episode as an additional benefit since those perks were not available to regular students.