We are all well aware of a suggested bias against OSU and the Big 10 (percieved or real) by the powers that be at ESPN. Checking ESPN's site tonight I see the story of OSU losing their top recruit due to a sex offender staring me in the face on their home page. Curiously not only is this story not on the front pages of CBS, Fox Sports, CNNSI, and Yahoo, it isn't even on their college football pages. I know this doesn't really come as a shock to any of us but it is yet another example of ESPN's pure desparation to place anything negative related to OSU front and center.
Hopefully this is just a case of a kid having second thoughts about a school and having an unfortunate event push him over the edge to decommit. My gut feeling about this whole thing is that Heurman, Bosa, and Anzalone got caught up in the Bash Brothers thing they had going on around the Spring Game and after taking a step back to evaluate things two of them decided that OSU wasn't the place for them.
BTW this is my first post here. I'm one of those forum lurkers that enjoys reading other people's thoughts and opinions but rarely chimes in. Love the site, the folks in charge do a remarkable job keeping us all up to date on things as they happen.