Apparently, the school has not yet released the document, but from from the Dispatch story linked above, it looks like the two most serious lines of jeopardy have been avoided. The Buckeyes were not cited for either “failure to monitor” or “lack of institutional control,” which can bring highly punitive sanctions.
The NCAA alleges that:
Tressel was guilty of unethical behavior by knowingly providing false information to NCAA staff in in certifying that he knew of no violations by his players and failed to inform school officials.
Ohio State knowingly fielded ineligible players in the 2010 season when starting quarterback Terrelle Pryor and others competed, and Tressel had direct knowledge of their misconduct.
However, It appears to be a near certainty that Ohio State will be forced to vacate every win involving the players who were alleged to have received improper benefits.
Exit Question: How is the fact that Tressel’s superiors were unaware of his knowledge of improper benefits received by four top players not at least a failure to monitor? Did they “know, or should have known” that he was was hiding something?