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Comment 03 Aug 2012

Great story- I have always thought that tabloid journalism was for celebrities and Hollywood. There are still stories that contain reckless allegations and half truths out there with no concrete proof of anything  My question: With all of the countless pictures and Facebook posts (REAL EVIDENCE) -How is it that T-town men's warehouse in Alabama did not get as much as a blog post on ESPN.  I have never said I was perfect, but they took that story too far and made it personal.  It's great to read unbiased journalism with no agenda and desire to destroy lives to drive advertising dollars   Kudos to the professionals at Eleven Warriors and Go Bucks!!! 

Comment 22 Dec 2011
Lol! Well, some bridges are worth burning. I guess I could have done a million things wrong in my past. However, the proof is in the pudding. I had ZERO to do with bad publicity and the NCAA sanctions. I could sit and point fingers or take the mid six figure book deal that was offered. However, to what end? Those that know me, know that I am a dedicated father and friend. The past is just that! Thank god for today- it's a gift and that's why it's called the present. Thanks again to friends and family!!
Comment 21 Dec 2011
I think reading 34 pages of the NCAA sanction report will sum up everything for those with doubts. Please take note that my name was not mentioned. I never received a call from the NCAA. They didn't need too- I remained compliant with Ohio State and the athletic department. I was collateral damage in a massive witch hunt. In the end, I remained loyal to Buckeye Nation, the athletes, and the program. It did, however, make for interesting reading each day in June. So many "I know a guy, who know a guy, that saw Talbott hit tressel with a candlestick in the Library". Go Bucks!!! Thank you Eleven Warriors for reporting the facts. Oh yea, the tpryor license plate was for a tailgate van driven 6 times a year. The plan was to change the plate every 4 years to honor a new player. To do again, I prob would not make that choice. :)