Ohio State has reported 46 minor NCAA violations across 21 different sports.
It seems like they're disregarding the rules, but then again, they were the ones who reported these figures.
Their athletic director, Gene Smith, doesn't think it's that big of a deal and actually says that all the minor violations show that Ohio State is on top of reporting their own flaws.
"It's nothing that troubles me. It's normal operating business. It's nothing that troubles me. I've seen all the cases, we know all the cases. You look at them, and they're inadvertent mistakes."
The school is already under probation for football players getting cash, tattoos and high summer wages.
Head football coach, Jim Tressel had to resign last May because of all that.
These violations are all minor though, so the punishment is either repayment of money made or forced educational sessions.
Basically a slap on the wrist.
Way to be honest and report everything, Ohio State!
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