Maurice Clarett To Get His Learn On Again at OSU

July 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Maurice Clarett, once a troubled teenager who helped lead the Ohio State Buckeyes to the 2002 National Championship, then grew into a national punchline after several off-field incidents, has re-enrolled at OSU after having served more than three years in prison, according to published reports.
Clarett, the first blue-chip signee of the Jim Tressel era, was the starting tailback and scored two touchdowns during Ohio State's undisputed national championship game victory over Miami in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl.
Clarett started summer classes Monday, 10tv.com reported . An Ohio State spokesman confirmed Clarett's status as a student in a statement cited by the Columbus television station.
"Maurice Clarett has been granted reentry into The Ohio State University, following a review by the College of Education and Human Ecology," said OSU media relations director Jim Lynch.
Clarett issued a statement of his own on Monday.
"This is a surreal feeling to be back at Ohio Stat...

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