Buy Terrelle Pryor’s Big Ten Championship Ring

King Ing November 11, 2013 1

Pryor ring

Do you love Ohio St football? Do you love Terrelle Pryor? If you answered yes to both you should bid on this eBay item.

His 2008 Big 10 championship ring. The same one the now Raiders QB traded to a tattoo shop owner for tattoos.

This may be the single most famous piece of Ohio State memorabilia available! This ring was the start of the Tattoo Scandal involving former Ohio State players Terrelle Pryor, Boom Herron, Devier Posey, Mike Adams, Solomon Thomas, former coach Jim Tressel, and tattoo shop owner Ed Rife. This ring was originally owned by Terrelle Pryor, former quarterback for THE Ohio State Buckeyes and current starting quarterback for the Oakland Raiders. It was given to Edward Rife in exchange for tattoos, although Rife contends that he purchased the ring from Pryor.

This exact ring sold on eBay back in early June for $18,100 (see picture). I purchased this ring directly from Edward Rife, the owner of Fine Line Ink Tattoos, who was the primary individual involved in the Ohio State Tattoo Scandal controversy. According to Rife, this ring was the first item that he ever received from Terrelle Pryor… And the rest is history! I purchased several other items from Mr. Rife including signed pants, footballs, gloves, helmets, etc.”

It’s a steal at $16,499.


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-H/T Deadspin

One Comment »

  1. Caro December 14, 2015 at 4:29 pm -

    I go to virginia tech and in no way are any of those prelays being taken advantage of. Each gets a monthly stipend of over 1000 dollars to do with whatever they want, regardless of what sport they play (i wish my broke ass got a grand a week)They have all their food taken care of by a free dining plan in addition to having housing provided for them. People who claim foul seem to forget student athletes get a free education that i pay 25000 a year for. Slave labor my ass, they are STUDENT athletes. The point of going to college is getting an education .and drinking to extremes and all that other goodness of course

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