Now that name, image, and legislation allow players to earn money during their time in school, lawmakers in Ohio are seeking to have Ohio State’s records from the 2010 season reinstated.

According to the Ohio House 134th General Assembly, the Buckeyes should rightfully have their 2010 season reinstated in the record books.

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Dan Green reported on the situation and shared the resolution via Twitter:

“Whereas, the 2010 Ohio State University football team produced a top-five all-time passer (Terrelle Pryor), a top-five career all-time receiver (DeVier Posey), a top-ten career all-time rusher (Daniel ‘Boom’ Herron), and an All-American (Mike Adams); now therefore be it … Resolved, That we, the members of the 134th General Assembly of the State of Ohio, urge the National Collegiate Athletics Association to restore the vacated wins and records from the 2010 football season of the Ohio State University; and be it further … Resolved, that the Clerk of the House of Representatives shall transmit duly authenticated copies of this resolution to the National Collegiate Athletics Association and the news media of Ohio.”

This is not the first attempt to get the 2010 season of the Buckeyes restored. A group of players from that Ohio State team called for the reinstatement of the records last summer, and Ohio lawmakers began working on a petition to the NCAA in March of this year.