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Ex-Buckeye Says He Sold Rings For Cash

Ex-Ohio State Buckeye Ray Small told the school's student newspaper that he sold Big Ten Championship rings and other memorabilia for cash and said he got special car deals during his playing days. Small, who was on the team from 2006-2010, had a couple of interesting things to say...
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"Everyone was doing it"..."We had four Big Ten rings. There was enough to go around,"

"We have apartments, car notes," he said. "So you got things like that and you look around and you're like, 'Well I got (four) of them, I can sell one or two and get some money to pay this rent.'...

"They explain the rules to you, but as a kid you're not really listening to all of them rules," Small said. "You go out and you just, people show you so much love, you don't even think about the rules. You're just like, 'Ah man, it's cool.' You take it, and next thing you know the NCAA is down your back."

Way to support your alma matter, Ray Small. Discuss this more here.

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