Ohio State has vacated their wins from last year's football season in hopes that it will save them from more severe penalties from the NCAA. Currently they are on a self-imposed probation, but will be soon meeting with the NCAA committee on their recent violations. Athletic director Gene Smith said...

"All I know is that this is significant,"... "A lot of people may not view it that way externally, but this is significant. When you think about all the other athletes who participated in those games, those records will be gone. ..."Might the NCAA do more? I just can't speculate on that,"
What disappears from Buckeye existence is Ohio State's 2010 Big Ten championship, a 12-1 season, a victory over rival Michigan and their win over Arkansas in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.
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