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Terrelle Pryor, who announced through his attorney Tuesday that he would bypass his senior season...

Terrelle Pryor, who announced through his attorney Tuesday that he would bypass his senior season at Ohio State, made thousands of dollars autographing memorabilia in 2009-10, a former friend who says he witnessed the transactions has told "Outside the Lines." The signings for cash, which would be a violation of NCAA rules, occurred a minimum of 35 to 40 times, netting Pryor anywhere from $20,000 to $40,000 that year, the former friend says. The source spoke to ESPN under the condition that his face not be aired on TV and that his name not be published.

This explains the letter of inquiry the NCAA sent to UNC. "To whom it may concern, Heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy..............................J:LFSKJ:L>>> brb"
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