Still, though, if Pryor's suspension wasn't going to be revoked, a Tressel suspension had to happen. Even if the Pryor/Tressel decisions represent consistency in the wrong direction, that still beats the potential inconsistency of suspending Pryor and letting Tressel get off scot-free. Given what had already happened, this was the most fair possible outcome. It's best, though, if such fairness only applies for this specific case. The NCAA and NFL are different entities, and it's best for both if they keep it that way.