So I just saw on Channel 6 news that they were hearing that the video shows that Hyde approached a woman to get her attention because somebody who he was out with wanted to talk to her. When Hyde tapped the woman on the shoulder, she pushed his hand away and punched him in the face... They didn't really give any information on what happened after that, but I would say that this won't be as serious as we all thought yesterday.
It could be referring to what I saw on Channel 6 News a little bit ago. I posted about it in the forum, but I'll just put it here too...
I posted it in the forum also, but I figured I'd share it here too for anyone looking. The only video I've seen so far:
Vrabel was introduced as the D-Line coach... I'm assuming that Luke will be taking back his position coaching the Linebackers along with his Co-Defensive Coordinator role?
I have to go with Alabama. There's just something about Nick Saban that rubs me the wrong way and since he's been coaching there it seems like their fans have been the cockiest I've ever seen. The only reason that I have to like about Alabama is that Forrest Gump went there.
And now according to their standings we won 11 games against Big Ten opponents last year... amazing.
If Ohio State does choose to go with somebody other than Fickle after the season is over, what are the chances that the new coach would keep Fickle on the staff as a coordinator or position coach? Fickle has proven to be one of the best assistants in college football and I would hate to see him leave tOSU. Keeping him around would also make it so there is at least some consistency on the coaching staff and somebody who the players and recruits are familiar with at the school.
I'm going to go ahead and say that a hell of a lot of these votes did not come from Ohio State fans. Normally I think the polls on here only get around 400 total votes and right now there are over 900 votes in and it's still climbing. I would guess that at least 25% of the votes came from non-Ohio State fans.
My momma always said, prostitution was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get.
A no sex rule at a college? Surely I'm not the only one who sees irony in that. If the rules at BYU were strictly enforced, I'd be willing to bet that at least half of the students on that campus would be kicked out of school, lose their scholarships, etc. Pretty much the entire faculty and staff would probably be fired too if they were held to the same rules.