College Football

Terrelle Pryor’s 2008 Big Ten Title Ring Appears on eBay


Screen Shot 2013-06-07 at 9.38.20 PMTerrelle Pryor’s 2008 Big Ten Title ring has surfaced on eBay, and it seems that “Tattoogate” will simply not go away for Ohio State Buckeye fans.

The description of the ring says:

“2008 bigten championship ring this ring was the reason Terrelle Pryor was suspended and ended up leaving to go to the NFL . This ring was involved in the “tattoo gate” scandal that rocked buckeye nation . This is. One of a kind ring you could buy ring from other players but this was the quarterbcks ring and it was and always will be a part of Ohio states history. ….. I reserve the rite to end this auction at any time. Thanks and happy bidding”.

This isn’t the only piece of Ohio State memorabilia being sold by the eBay user “finelineinkusa2010.”  It appears he is also selling a 2008 ring that used to belong to DeVier Posey.  I have no clue whether this ring is legitimate or a copy, but I imagine that someone will grossly overpay for it.  You would assume that Buckeye fans wouldn’t want the ring because it would only serve as a reminder of the downfall of Jim Tressel and their program, but I guess you never know.  It is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a ring like that for most fans.

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