PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
I'd say covering up, punching opposing player is a lapse in judgement in the heat of the moment. Cover up over a years time with many opportunities to end it is more to me.
Punching an opposing player shows he lost his mind.
Cover up tends to be more damning, but I think punching a kid is more disgraceful.
At least neither of them sent pictures of their wiener over the web, now that is a disgraceful exit .....
Resigning because of a rules violation means you left in disgrace, but there's no question here: hitting a player (opposing player at that) just goes beyond....and on national tv to boot.
At least Woody demanded that the school fire him as opposed to having him resign, so that he could own the full disgrace of his action. I respect that.
"There's a fine line between stupid, and....clever. David St. Hubbins/Nigel Tufnel
I somewhat despise this question. No matter the similarities, they are both drastically different people/coaches.
I think there is room for both in Buckeye Lore.
Exactly Bucks. They will both be fondly remembered but they couldn't be more different. Politically correct Senator vs. front line general
If you are a baseball fan, when Tim Kurkjian talks you listen while laughing at how big of a nerd he is.
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