Things have gotten worse for Ohio State's football program, as it is now facing a failure to monitor charge. This is not for the tattoo stuff, which was wrapped up over the summer. This is for new charges regarding accepting payments and no-work jobs from a Cleveland area booster. The booster has admitted to the impermissible payments but denies the jobs aspect. It's pretty clear that the player who got the no-show job was Terrelle Pryor. In response, Ohio State has decided to self-impose a reduction of five total scholarships over the next three years. OSU will again have to appear before the NCAA Committee on Infractions to get its final penalty.