Three OSU football players have been suspended for Saturday's game against No. 14 Nebraska.
Offensive lineman Marcus Hall, running back Dan Herron and wide receiver DeVier Posey accepted improper benefits for jobs they worked.
The jobs were given to the players by area businessman and former booster Bobby DiGeronimo, who has been disassociated with the university. He told the Plain Dealer he has been giving players jobs for years, but went by the rules outlined by the NCAA.
However, the university is claiming the players didn't do enough work to justify their pay.
Herron and Posey were supposed to return to the team this week after sitting out the first 5 games of the season for trading football memorabilia for money and tattoos.