This Friday, Ohio State announced that their player at defensive end – chase young wouldn’t play against Maryland due to NCAA guidelines issues.
Chase is subjected to take some money (loan) whom he considers as his close family friend.
The record of taking a loan got disclosed in the team’s status report after Saturday’s game. Due to this issue, only chase young won’t be able to play his game due to guidelines laid by NCAA.
Though to make it clear young took it to Twitter, where he wrote that he returned his money last summer.
The attorney and former NCAA investigator who is having a check over Young’s case tweeted that his mates came to know that the player has paid the loan amount he took, and they are currently working to get him back to his game.
Young, a junior who attended high school near the Maryland campus, is having 13.5 sacks this season, which leads the nation, is one away from the Buckeyes’ single-season record, and is more than what 28 NCAA teams have compiled.
Meanwhile, he has a record of a sack in 10 consecutive games. Young is the gem to the team on the defensive end who has been shortlisted as a semifinalist for the Maxwell Award, given to the best football player of the year.
The suspension of Chase has drawn attention to Ohio State buckeyes off-field issues, which are currently No. 1 in the football playoff rankings with coach Ryan Day.
But this isn’t the first time that such disputes have happened with the team.
The former coach Urban Meyer was alleged for domestic abuse against assistant coach Ryan Day who overthrew him after his retirement and currently serves the team as their coach.
Other athletes have been disregarding the policies of NCAA demanded a renewal in their rules and regulations, which unnecessarily punishes innocent athletes.