The Ohio Supreme Court is threatening to find in contempt of court the attorney whose emails triggered an NCAA investigation that cost the football coach his job at Ohio State University.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - When Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor pulled up to a team meeting Monday night in a Nissan 350z with temporary tags, he was driving with a suspended license, according to our Columbus partner WBNS.
Pryor's 90-day driving license suspension began about two weeks ago after he failed to provide proof of auto insurance during a traffic stop. That suspension lasts until August, WBNS reported.
Despite the suspension, Pryor has been seen driving in Columbus, and It is unknown if Pryor obtained driving privileges that allow him to drive to football activities.
Pryor was stopped earlier this year for running a stop sign, last year for driving 94 mph in a 65 mph zone, and two years ago for going 99 mph in a 65.
Pryor is also currently under investigation by the NCAA and Ohio State for potentially receiving discounted car deals. He has been linked to driving as many as eight cars in his three years in Columbus.
The man who was once the most recognizable name in Ohio college football starts his new job on another Ohio campus.