Sugar Bowl CEO Played Role In Delaying OSU Suspensions

Pretty interesting stuff, but again no shock here.  The Sugar Bowl CEO Paul Hoolahan, lobbied for the suspensions of the Ohio State players to be delayed until next year:

“I made the point that anything that could be done to preserve the integrity of this year’s game, we would greatly appreciate it,” Hoolahan was quoted by the Columbus Dispatch. “That appeal did not fall on deaf ears, and I’m extremely excited about it, that the Buckeyes are coming in at full strength and with no dilution.”

Can you blame him? His job is the Sugar Bowl. Nothing else.

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  • Man this kind of stuff is getting old. We have seen a ton of this junk this year, if you know what I mean.

  • prolly a ohio st alumni , and money .to bad for a.j.green this guy wasnt around to save georgia season man thats just crazy .i guess the ncaa can be bought .me myself want them all to play so theres no excuses