The NCAA delivered their verdict in the Ohio State "tattoo-gate" scandal on Tuesday.
The sanctions include banning the Buckeyes from a bowl game next season, cut nine scholarships for the next three years and placing the university on probation for the next three years. Also, the Buckeyes cannot play in the Big Ten Championship game next season.
Also, former head coach Jim Tressel was levied with a show-cause penalty for five years for failing to report the violations, meaning he probably won't coach another team until 2017. A school can hire Tressel, but must appeal the penalty before he can coach a game.
Here is a portion of the report filed by the NCAA: