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Ohio State Student Who Ran Onto The Field Is Losing His Full Tuition And Housing Scholarship

The Ohio State student who ran onto the field Saturday night during the Buckeyes' game against Cincinnati got hit pretty hard by assistant strength coach Anthony Schlegel. 

The hits keep coming, too. 

Anthony Wunder, the fourth-year engineering student, is being charged with misdemeanor criminal trespassing. His attorney entered a not-guilty plea in Franklin County Municipal Court Tuesday morning. Today, the Associated Press is reporting that Wunder is losing his full tuition and housing scholarship, as the 21-year-old student is being removed from the Evans Scholars program for former golf caddies. 

To all students thinking about rushing the field in the future: it's not worth it, as Wunder has so clearly exemplified. 

[AP]