Terrelle Pryor Says Money Was For Family
Terrelle Pryor, former Ohio State quarterback, says he sold a pair of his football pants for $3,000 to help his family pay for heating bills and rent during a cold winter.
In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Pryor says he broke NCAA rules but the NCAA “didn’t have any sympathy for me.”
Pryor has not only sold the pants to help his family, but the NCAA also looked into his other deals with cars and roles in other players troubles.
He is banned from contact with the Ohio State program for five years.