Ohio State Football expects a four-game suspension for DE Chase Young

Ross Houston
November 10, 2019

Young's suspension is tied to the monetary value of the loan, which he said he has since repaid.

ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit reported that he expected a four game suspension would come down, though Ohio State refuted that report on Saturday - saying it has no idea what, if any, suspension will hold.

In this October 18, 2019, file photo, Ohio State defensive end Chase Young looks at the scoreboard during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Northwestern, in Evanston, Ill.

Ohio State has undoubtedly made money off of Young, and by refusing to pay players, it feels a bit hypocritical to suspend one of the biggest names in college football.

OSU expects to hear an answer from the NCAA on the appeal next week. "And since y'all always wanna know more he paid it back to his family member". They don't care about them kids at all.

Nobody seems to be on the side of the NCAA, and that includes LeBron James.

It is a school's decision to play, or not play, an athlete, according to the NCAA.

Meanwhile, a matchup that is now only two weeks away could be played without one of Ohio State's stars.

Ohio State's next four opponents are all Big Ten rivals: Maryland, Rutgers, No. 5 Penn State and No. 14 MI.

Ohio State fan LeBron James spoke out about Young's situation on Twitter and blasted the NCAA. The Maryland native is also considered the No. 1 prospect in the 2020 NFL Draft.

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