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Sport 'Free Chase Young': Criticism of the NCAA trends on social media after Ohio State star's suspension

16:40  09 november  2019
16:40  09 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

Ohio State star Chase Young to miss one more game, return vs. Penn State

  Ohio State star Chase Young to miss one more game, return vs. Penn State Ohio State star Chase Young to miss one more game, return vs. Penn StateThe school announced Wednesday that the NCAA had concluded its review into Young, Ohio State’s star defensive end and concluded that he should be withheld for a second game — Saturday’s matchup with Rutgers. However, OSU will have Young available when it closes out its season No. 9 Penn State in Columbus on Nov. 23 and in Ann Arbor against No. 14 Michigan on Nov. 30.

Social media was quick to call out the NCAA after it was announced Chase Young is facing an indefinite suspension at Ohio State . According to the star pass rusher, he accepted a loan from a family friend and repaid it in full last summer. Young ' s lawyer Tim Nevius also released a statement

' FREE CHASE YOUNG ' Criticism of the NCAA trends after Ohio State star ' s suspension . Ohio State can still win the Big Ten championship without Young . Just look at last year. Standout defensive end Nick Bosa, who was earning fringe Heisman praise at the time, suffered a season-ending groin

Chase Young will not play for Ohio State on Saturday because of, in his own words, "an NCAA eligibility issue."

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Ohio State initially shared the news of Young's indefinite suspension Friday morning, and Young elaborated on the news a few hours later. According to the star pass rusher, he accepted a loan from a family friend and repaid it in full last summer.

Young's lawyer Tim Nevius also released a statement on Twitter, saying: "Chase took a small loan from a close family friend last year to cover basic life expenses. Loan was repaid months ago and we’re working to restore his eligibility. Unfair and outdated [NCAA] rules punish athletes for making ends meet while enriching everyone else."

'Free Chase Young': Criticism of the NCAA trends on social media after Ohio State star's suspension

  'Free Chase Young': Criticism of the NCAA trends on social media after Ohio State star's suspension Kansas used strong performances from their backcourt to ease past UNC Greensboro on Friday, as Devon Dotson led all scorers with 22 points and Ochai Agbaji chipped in 13 points for the Jayhawks. You can find all of KU's top plays right here.

What' s next after Ohio State star DE Chase Young is being held out vs Maryland for a potential NCAA violation? If that' s the case, and it was ruled that Ohio State should have been aware of the violation or did not do everything it could have done to be aware, the Buckeyes could end up forfeiting

Ohio State said defensive end Chase Young would not play his team’ s next game as the university Defensive end Chase Young , the best player on one of the best teams in college football, Ohio State , will It was not immediately clear whether Young ’ s suspension would continue after this weekend.

The Athletic's Bruce Feldman reported late Friday (subscription required) that Young borrowed the money last December to fly his girlfriend to California for the Buckeyes' Rose Bowl game vs. Washington.

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As of now, all we know for sure is Young will miss Ohio State's game against Maryland on Saturday. There's a chance he misses more than that, but there's also a chance he simply misses one game. Feldman spoke with an NCAA compliance expert who said, "If it is a loan he repaid and can prove it, a one-game suspension might be enough."

'Free Chase Young': Criticism of the NCAA trends on social media after Ohio State star's suspension

  'Free Chase Young': Criticism of the NCAA trends on social media after Ohio State star's suspension Social media was quick to call out the NCAA after it was announced Chase Young is facing an indefinite suspension at Ohio State.Ohio State initially shared the news of Young's indefinite suspension Friday morning, and Young elaborated on the news a few hours later. According to the star pass rusher, he accepted a loan from a family friend and repaid it in full last summer.

That’ s because Chase Young , Ohio State ’ s star pass-rusher, will miss Saturday’ s game against Maryland due to “a possible NCAA issue from Young was sure to note that he “made a mistake” in his statement, but the fact of the matter is that he’ s being punished for something that thousands of

Ohio State defensive end Chase Young rushes against Northwestern during the second half of an NCAA college football game. – No further details on the nature of the “ NCAA issue” were immediately available. It was also not immediately clear whether Young ’ s suspension would

A potential case that's comparable is Kentucky's Denzil Ware, who took $1,628 from an agent in 2017. Kentucky self-reported the exchange and suspended him one game. The SEC and NCAA determined this was enough punishment.

But any missed games for Young this season is big news, as he is a legitimate Heisman Trophy contender this season. So shortly after it was announced that Young is looking at an indefinite suspension, college football analysts and fans had strong reactions. Most of those reactions were calling out the NCAA.

The hashtags "#FreeChase" and "#FreeChaseYoung" even started trending on Twitter.

This article has been updated with the reported nature of the loan Young received.

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Chase Young fiasco highlights absurdity of NCAA’s outdated model .
The nation’s No. 1 team (per the College Football Playoff selection committee) will be without it’s No. 1 player (per NFL scouts) on Saturday, a self-inflicted wound to college football that could morph into something even bigger. Chase Young, Ohio State’s dominant defensive end, is being held out of the Buckeyes’ game against Maryland as the school investigates a “possible NCAA issue from 2018.” That issue, sources told Yahoo Sports, involves an agent.Young is the possible No. 1 pick in the 2020 NFL draft. He’s almost universally hailed by pro scouts as college football’s best player.

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