Welp, this isn't the news Ohio State fans are looking for to start the off-season recruiting cycle. According to Todd Porter at CantonRep.com, the 2015 four-star athlete and cornerstone of Ohio State's 2015 class could lose his scholarship offer due to the ominously obscure "off-the-field issues."
Coaches aren't allowed to publicly comment on recruits, but here's Urban on coaching in 2014 as opposed to 1994:
"When I first started 20 years ago, you didn't know much," Meyer said. "You know everything now. I have people where it's their full-time jobs ... that's what they do. They monitor Facebook and Twitter and tweets and all that stuff. We have to find out — I want to know because we're held responsible for all those guys.
"This is an era, a generation that ... 18, 19, 20-year-olds, we know everything that's going on every day because of what goes on these cellphones. Think about that for a minute, 18, 19,20-year-olds. So it's a big part of what we do. Huge."
Meyer knew the question was coming from a reporter in Canton. He had a slight smirk on his face when it was being asked.
Hopefully this pans out for the young Eric Glover-Williams, but this should be a lesson to all potential recruits.