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Sprinkle reinstated to OSU football team

Sprinkle reinstated to OSU football team


Tracy Sprinkle, who had pleaded ‘no contest’ in relation to his run in at the Grown and Sexy Lounge has been reinstated to the team, The Lantern reported. After practice Monday, coach Urban Meyer confirmed in a press conference that the redshirt-freshman defensive lineman had indeed been reinstated, but field time won’t come so easy for Sprinkle in the aftermath of his actions. Meyer will make him earn his spot again. His scholarship was lost over the summer, so Sprinkle will have to pay for his scholarship as well as do weekly community service among other “multitude of other things to take care of business before he’ll ever see the field,” the paper reported. Additionally Sprinkle will be suspended for the first game of the season.

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Previously July, 31, 2014
OSU player, Sprinkle pleads ‘No Contest’ for failure to comply

Tracy Sprinkle has pleaded no contest for not complying with an officer during his debacle at Lorain’s Grown and Sexy Lounge earlier this month. Following his arrest, cocaine was found in the back of the police cruiser he was held in, but police said there was also another passenger that was in the back of the car. During negotiations, Sprinkle’s lawyer used that as leverage for a plea deal, according to Eleven Warriors. The drug charges were dropped and he is on probation.

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Previously July 7, 2014

Sprinkle suspended from OSU football team following charges

Tracy Sprinkle, a redshirt-freshman defensive end has a cute name and not so cute possession of cocaine, rioting and failure to disperse charges, according to Buckeye Xtra. Over the weekend, the OSU football player was arrested after police came to a bar in Lorain, Ohio where he was reportedly involved in a large bar fight. The cocaine, according to the paper, was not found on Sprinkle, but in the backseat of the police car he was riding in when taken to the Lorain City Jail. Sunday morning, it was announced Sprinkle would be suspended from the team, until the outcome of the trial.

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