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Art Schlichter, Former Colts QB, Given 11-Year Prison Sentence for Ticket-Selling Scheme

Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Art Schlichter is headed to prison once again. Earlier today, U.S. District Court Judge Michael Watson sentenced Schlichter to nearly 11 years jail-time for a scheme in which the one-time Ohio State athlete hustled more than 50 people out of millions of dollars for sports tickets. Authorities say that Schlichter, the fourth [...] Art Schlichter, Forme
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