So apparently TPeezy and company have a car salesman hooking them up, but tO$U "investigated" and found no violation. The headline of this article certainly is pretty misleading, "No NCAA Violation" would lead you to believe the NCAA looked into the car situation and found nothing, but if you read the whole article it sounds like the University compliance department is looking the other way.
I sure would love to drive a loaner car for MORE THAN A WEEK while my engine is being replaced. Oh, and I'd love to "test drive" a car ACROSS STATE LINES when I'm considering buying it to see if my momma likes it.
I love reading the comments under the article. Pryor seriously thinks we are all idiots to believe what comes out of his mouth (or tweets).