Chase took a small loan from a close family friend last year to cover basic life expenses. Loan was repaid months ago and we’re working to restore his eligibility. Unfair and outdated @NCAA
rules punish athletes for making ends meet while enriching everyone else. https://t.co/2Jsqj7f7TR
If a person receives a loan from a family friend that should be no one’s business but the lender and lendee. If indeed that is all the issue for Chase Young the idea of suspending him is insulting and ridiculous. #OhioState #NCAA
I'm hearing that the "family friend" who gave Chase Young a loan is also an NFLPA-certfied agent. Which if true could possibly cause more problems for the agent than for Young.
Chase Young released the following statement: "I made a mistake last year by accepting a loan from a family friend I've known since the summer before my freshman year" https://t.co/M3eDYtThhq
Chase Young Says He Simply Took A Loan From A Family Friend And Now This All Sounds Like One Big Misunderstanding!
NCAA when Ohio State player gets loan from family friend vs LSU booster steals 180K from hospital to give to LSU players https://t.co/2RgJb8gUmc
Calling a guy that you met before the summer of your freshman year just a random family friend that gave you a small loan is an all-time spin zone by Chase Young and Ohio State
Chase Young is the best player in the Big Ten, which has a $2.6 billion TV deal, and may lead Ohio State to the College Football Playoff, which has a $7.3 billion TV deal. But he doesn't see that money, and the NCAA sidelined him for a loan from a friend https://t.co/hurx8ZmWSH
Filed to CBS Sports: By tweeting he accepted a loan from "family friend", Chase Young made it a layered compliance issue. CY will have to prove there was a pre-existing relationship with that person that had nothing to do with athletics. If not, vacation of wins could be on table
took a loan from a family friend BEFORE his freshman year @OhioStateFB
and gets suspended
🤔 I fully expect my son to play division 1 so let me go ahead and move his birthday money into the dogs name 😂🤣😂 @plcolter
So Chase Young accepts some money from a family friend to cover expenses, and says he paid them back, but could potentially face an indefinite suspension. Based off an allegation he is guilty until proven innocent. Seems backwards 🥴 @NCAA
Man the rules are hella strict, but it’s a family friend, not family, probably the issue.
Bruh. Family friend he so happened to meet for the first time in the summer before his freshman year...come onnnnnnn
cody ceci is devastating primary assist to the other team challenge. nikita zaitsev is family friend who consistently lets you down and so never gets your hopes up in the first place
Taking a loan from a family friend and paying back 2 years ago and nothing said but once you start being great it gets you suspended #freechaseyoug
Family friend as in “Booster” or legit friend of the family trying to help? I don’t think NCAA has a rule about gifts from actual family friends? Could be wrong though
@YanniTaxidis @Trandon_Bwite @NCAA
well i think at least part of it was a loan from a family friend, right trandon? but theres nothing wrong with that, we all need a little help sometimes
Your old family friend, Disappointed Thyme
How about if that family friend is an agent or working for the agent or got the money from an agent? Really though if the rule says no loans of any kind then no loan of any kind. STOP BREAKING THE RULES!!!
You know, everyone grew up with that family friend who happened to come into your life at the time you were a big time recruit who signed with a school, and subsequently gave you a loan.
It's the age old story.
All chase young did was take a loan from a family friend? The NCAA does too much🕹.
Did you read his statement (first hand not speculation)? If not maybe you should. "I made a mistake last year by accepting a loan from a family friend I've known since the summer before my freshman year at OSU...”
@jack_kananian @Iam_Jreed @247Sports
I agree. The only thing would make it bad for him is the “family friend” that he met 2 months before his freshman year. I’m honestly hoping it’s not a issue and it was harmless so this kid can continue his amazing season.
“Family Friend” doesn’t sound suspicious at all.. Provably should’ve left that out Chase!!
A family friend he met a summer before recruitment gave a loan that he paid back🤦🏽♀️
I mean, if you take his statement at face value. Family friend? Paid the loan back with no job? I agree it's silly, they should be paid, but nonetheless.