The Big Ten Conference has declared Ohio State defensive end Noah Spence is “permanently ineligible from all intercollegiate athletics competition,” the school announced on Tuesday.
Spence was suspended indefinitely in September after a second positive drug test, a suspension he appealed.
He missed Ohio State’s Orange Bowl loss to Clemson last season and the first two games...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Ohio State defensive end Noah Spence's appeal of his suspension after failing a drug test has been denied by the Big Ten and he has been declared permanently ineligible.
In a statement released Tuesday night, Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith said the university assisted Spence and his family in the appeals process and would continue to help him complete...
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It looks like Noah Spence's playing days at Ohio State are over.
Spence, a former five-star recruit from Harrisburg, Pa., has not played since the Orange Bowl at the conclusion of last year -- after reportedly failing a drug test during the week of the Big Ten Championship Game in early December.
An All-Big Ten first-team selection last season when he finished second in the league...
From Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith:
“Ohio State junior student-athlete Noah Spence has been declared permanently ineligible from all intercollegiate athletics competition by the Big Ten Conference. The Ohio State University Department of Athletics had assisted Noah and his family leading up to an appeals process that took place today.
While we are disappointed in the...
Noah Spence, Ohio State’s talented but troubled defensive end, might be returning to the field at some point this season.
The former All-Big Ten performer was suspended indefinitely by the conference in September after failing his second drug test in nine months.
Spence, a would-be junior this season, has an appeal scheduled for Nov. 25.
Spence’s appeal hearing is scheduled...
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Saturday was supposed to mark the return of Buckeyes junior defensive lineman Noah Spence, who was suspended for three games ahead of last year’s Big Ten title contest after testing positive for ecstasy.
But according to Eleven Warriors, Spence may not be suiting up for Ohio State after all – the publication is reporting that he’s failed another drug test and his status...
Ohio State defensive end Noah Spence missed the Orange Bowl and will miss the first two games of 2014 after testing positive for Ecstasy, ABC-27 News in Harrisburg, Pa., reported on Tuesday.
Harrisburg is Spence's hometown. The Big Ten announced a three-game suspension for Spence last week for what the conference release called a "performance-enhancing substance."