I understand that this isn't anything new, but I hadn't seen it and to my understanding the audio version hadn't been released until now. I can't help but think more fondly of Jim Tressel after hearing this. Of course, the ESPN guy rips Jim Tressel (in a "politically correct" way), but what else is new? The part were Jim Tressel talks about how relieved he was that it was only NCAA violations really stands out to me. I don't mean to fawn over the man but he's pretty obviously an awesome dude and its a shame the media are such tools.