So do they give buckeye leaf stickers for a heads-up email? The lawyer, who alerted head coach Jim Tressel, that some players were selling football memorabilia to the owner of a local tattoo parlor, identified as a former Ohio State letterman, according to the Columbus Dispatch. Christopher Tee (sic?) Cicero lettered in football for the Buckeyes in 1983, when Tressel was a first-year assistant, under Earl Bruce, in Columbus. It was a series of emails, from Cicero, that Tressel failed to disclose to his bosses, or the NCAA that led to the coach’s proposed two-game suspension and $250,000 fine yesterday.This was the extent of Sportscenter's coverage of the Ohio State story tonight, March 9th.