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Ohio State expecting Chase Young to get 4-game suspension

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Ohio State Buckeyes obliterate Maryland in first 30 up 42-0 at half

It's unclear if Young will play in this upcoming week's game against Rutgers. Ohio State has demolished nationally-ranked Wisconsin and boat-raced Maryland on Saturday in a 73-14 win that, amazingly, was not its season high for points scored.

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

The organization is waiting to hear back from Ohio State as to whether Young did violate any rules, and if a violation did occur, the association would then decide how long the suspension will last.

Ohio State said on Saturday that there was no truth to a report that Young was facing a four-game suspension.

The line is larger than any Ohio State line in at least the last 22 years.

James, an OH native and big Buckeyes fan, sounded off against the NCAA for its move against Young on Saturday in a series of tweets - joining the countless others who aren't happy with the NCAA.

ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit reported on the network's "College GameDay" program that Buckeyes' end Chase Young, who was suspended indefinitely by the NCAA on Friday, could miss four games total after admitting to accepting a loan from a family friend.

Circa Sports oddsmaker Matt Lindeman tweeted on October 21 his system pegged the Buckeyes as a 50.5-point favorite.

Ohio State is set to play Rutgers this upcoming week.

The most lopsided modern era point spread for a game featuring two major conference teams, based on NJ Advance Media's research, was the 1987 Oklahoma-Kansas State game.

Lebron James is seen on the field prior to the game between the Michigan Wolverines and Ohio State Buckeyes at Ohio Stadium on November 26, 2016 in Columbus, Ohio.

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