But Columbus, Ohio, used car dealer Jason Goss, an Ohio State Buckeyes fan who goes to OSU games as a guest of the players -- many of whom have bought cars from him over
the years -- is in the spotlight for the deals. He said he can't recall when the allegations that his dealership gave student-athletes and their relatives special deals started.
May 7, the Columbus Dispatch newspaper cross-referenced sale prices of vehicles sold to OSU student-athletes with those vehicles' Kelley Blue Book values. In March, former OSU star quarterback
Terrelle Pryor was reported being ticketed while driving a vehicle owned by Goss' dealership.
And the NCAA has imposed penalties at least 13 times since 1990 for rule-breaking involving student-athletes, their access to vehicles and dealerships.