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Ohio State star De Chase Young suspends another match, will return against Penn State

NFAA investigation into Ohio State defensive end Chase Young is over, and the result is a two-match suspension for the Heisman Trophy candidate. Ohio State announced Wednesday that Young will miss another game – Saturday at Rutgers – but will be eligible to return in time for the Nov. 23 game against Penn State.

Young was suspended indefinitely ahead of last week's game against Maryland for loan acceptance in person, Yang described him as a "family friend" whom he had known since the summer before his first year in Columbus. Young called it a "mistake", and although the loan was repaid in full over the summer, he still regarded it as an inadmissible benefit to the NFAA.

With a few specific details known about the loan, including its origin, it was unclear how long Yang would be suspended. Bruce Feldman of Athletic announced that the loan was given in such a way Young's girlfriend could attend last year Rose Bowl. If the loan were more than $ 800, the suspension could last up to four matches; however, the state of Ohio vigorously demands a return for his star player and would probably appeal the NFAA's decision if there were four matches.

"I also want to praise Hayes Young and tell him how proud we are of him," said Ohio State Athletic Director Ein Smith. "He took responsibility for his action, worked through the whole process and understood and accepted the consequences. He is a team captain and a leader and most importantly, Bakiyee. He wanted nothing more than the opportunity to play again and we are glad to get that chance. "

Young leads the nation with 13.5 sacks in eight games played and is considered a major prospect in the 2020 NHL draft. His absence against Rutgers this weekend should not be a problem as the Buckeyes are huge favorites (-51.5). However, his availability is as important as the hopes of the Ohio State College Football Playoff, as well as Yang's possible trip to New York for Heisman's ceremony.

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