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Sports Illustrated releases Part 4 of "The Dirty Game" series about OSU

Sports Illustrated released Part 4 of its "The Dirty Game" series about OSU football Friday morning. Click the link to read it.

It focuses on sex for recruits allegations. It specifically mentions the university's Orange Pride hostesses. Players reportedly told SI that a small number of the girls were encouraged to have sex with recruits. Reporters quoted former wide receive Artrell Woods as saying "The idea was to get recruits to think it was going to be like that all the time, these girls wanting to have sex with you."

 

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