Jim Tressel resigned on Memorial Day, hours before Sports Illustrated published a devastating investigation that said the coach had lost control of the Ohio State football program. The article, written by George Dohrmann, with David Epstein, found that:

— The coach was willfully ignorant of malfeasance

— Ohio State’s memorabilia-for-tattoos scandal stretched back to 2002, not 2010, as previously thought

— There are allegations that players swapped memorabilia for marijuana

— The coach had potentially broken rules when he was an OSU assistant in the mid-1980s and as Youngstown State’s head coach

The authors call Tressel’s integrity “one of the great myths of college football.”

Read the whole career-exploding article here.