Ohio State expecting Chase Young to get 4-game suspension

COLUMBUS OH- AUGUST 31 Blake Haubeil #95 of the Ohio State Buckeyes kicks off against the Florida Atlantic Owls at Ohio Stadium

Sources -- Ohio State expects 4-game ban for Chase Young

The Buckeyes could be without Chase Young for up to four games, according to a new report.

The Falcons are in the middle of a terrible season, but with a potential top-five pick on the horizon, one player that fans seem to have their hearts set on is Ohio State DE Chase Young.

Young, who has since repaid that loan, leads all of FBS with 13.5 sacks, and had even jumped into the Heisman Trophy conversation.

The loan was used to help Young's girlfriend fly to attend the Rose Bowl, sources confirmed.

James, a former Cleveland Cavalier and OH native, defended Young and criticized the National Collegiate Athletic Association in a series of tweets.

James wasn't done putting the NCAA on blast for its decision to suspend Young.

The NCAA declined to comment on James' remarks when reached by ABC News. "And since y'all always wanna know more he paid it back to his family member". "Only about how they can make them money", James wrote on Twitter.

The school is hopeful the suspension will be reduced upon appeal, the result of which Ohio State hopes to know by next week, Herbstreit adds. After that, the Buckeyes have three regular season games left, including huge matchups with Penn State and MI in their final two games.

The suspension comes a little more than a week after the NCAA made a decision to break its long-held rule of forbidding student-athletes from earning income by voting unanimously to allow them to profit from their names, images and likenesses. He is expected to be a top pick in the 2020 NFL Draft and was once a Penn State recruiting target.

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