Buckeye Father Responds To SI

Earlier this week, Sports Illustrated writer George Dohrmann detailed issues of wrong-doing within the Ohio State program, including selling personal items for tattoos or money. One of the players mentioned was junior linebacker Storm Klein, whose father has issued a response to the article.

The father of one of the Ohio State players accused of wrong-doing by Sports Illustrated has decided to issue a response to what was printed earlier this week by writer George Dohrmann.

Junior linebacker Storm Klein was listed as one of the players that sold personal items for tattoos or money, and his father, Jason Klein, has issued this response to the charges.

"I have raised my son right," Jason Klein stressed Thursday evening. "Storm has no tattoos on his body whatsoever. He doesn't have a drug problem, and multiple tests prove that. I have every single bit of his Ohio State memorabilia in my possession."

"I will be meeting with attorneys shortly to pursue action against the NCAA and Sports Illustrated," he continued. "That's all I have to say at this time."

Scout.com will continue to monitor the Ohio State situation, and will update as circumstances dictate.

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