And the fun continues in Columbus, as the NCAA has launched a new investigation as to whether Pryor has received additional benefits (i.e. a car), according to the Columbus Dispatch. This is separate from the tattoo issue last December; that case is closed.
Three times in the last three years, Pryor was pulled over for traffic violations in a car owned by a car salesman or the dealerships he worked for. The salesman has sold dozens of vehicles to Buckeye players as well as Pryor's family.