STATE OF THE OHIO
Michael Wayne Bratton | 2 hours ago
The news of Columbus, Ohio, on Friday, while the state of Ohio announced the suspension of the US candidate, Chase Young.
The school announced the suspension of Young with the following comment: "Due to a possible problem with the NCAA from 2018 on which the Sports Department is currently looking," the suspension is suspended for an indefinite period, at start with the team's match against Maryland.
Following this news, Young published the following statement on Twitter:
"Unfortunately, I will not play this week because of a NCAA eligibility problem. Last year, I made a mistake accepting a loan from a friend I had known since the summer before my first year at OSU. I paid it back last summer and I'm working with the University and the NCAA to get back to the field as quickly as possible. I want to thank my family, my teammates, my coaches and the entire Ohio State community for their love and support. God bless you and go!
Although this is obviously a troubling development, Bruce Feldman of The Athletic reports That an NCAA compliance expert, whose name has not yet been named, believes that a suspension of a match may be the solution that Young must serve if he has paid off the loan in full.
Young is currently leading the nation in sacks (13.5) and retains his best performance at the moment the Buckeyes need him the most, since he has scored four sacks against Wisconsin.
The junior defenseman is not only a candidate for the Heisman Trophy, but also a candidate to become the first overall pick in the draft NFL 2020.