If you're a 30+ year old man, you should have better things to do with yourself than tweet to highschool kids, especially tweeting them 130+ times in a span of a few minutes, hell in the span of 2 weeks! I have put tweets out there to particular players, in fact I'll openly admit, when Noah Spence commited, I congratulated him, didn't get a response, or a RT, it was a simple gesture letting a future Buckeye know that I thought it was great he was going to be playing in Columbus. But when you sit on your smart phone, or at your computer and contemptually tweet over and over again to young kids (17-22), no matter what the material is you're tweeting, it's going to come under fire.
This situation makes me sick. This person was in contact with the players, recruits, and other young people involved in the Buckeye football program. It is what it is, I don't know the guy personally, he did something illegal, and you would think if you've been penalized for something like that, you would use common sense to say "hmmm, I probably shouldn't be here around young kids. It's probably a violation of my probation." This is a sad, sad day for Ohio State. Just another ugly mark on what is otherwise a fantastic recruiting season for the Buckeyes. I hope the coaches are able to pull the nose of the plane up before the media grabs ahold of this thing and makes it out like Columbus is harboring sex offenders.
Sorry for the long read fellow Buckeye fans. I needed to vent, as a father, and a football fan, this subject really got me angry.