Back in 2011, Ohio State had a scandal involving tattoos. Jim Tressel was the head coach of the Buckeyes back then.

One of the investigators working for the NCAA at the time was attorney Tim Nevius. In 2012, though, Nevius switched from the NCAA to backing players. He led a federal antitrust lawsuit challenging the NCAA for the compensation for Division I athletes.

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And now, Nevius is representing Ohio State’s Chase Young.

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Here’s a message from Nevius on Twitter:

Nevius and Young are going to try and get the star Buckeye back on the field. It is going to have to go through the NCAA in order to do it though, as Young is currently suspended indefinitely.