Rolle was pretty good. The three listed were great.
No one ever knows who they are, yet they might be some of the greatest Buckeyes of all time.
This makes me feel old.
Enjoy your vacation!
Sounds like a wise choice, people can get their Internet feelings hurt pretty easily it seems...
As evidenced by the DVs you received on this post....
I don't know who that is but our friends got us while we were on vacation . Go, Blue!!!! pic.twitter.com/sqSVlade1Y— Steph (@stephgray16) June 21, 2017
FWIW, per a post he made on the-ozone.net message board Ben van Ooyen quit his position with them.
He cited this article as one of the reasons he quit.
I would hope that Gene Smith had already put out some feelers prior to the announcement.
Nice touch by Ted Ginn, Jr. to wear Ohio State shoes with his Saints uniform.
It was incorrectly reported yesterday that he had refused the breathalyzer, FWIW.
He says alcohol was not a factor in his arrest....bullshit.
Why it is always good to wait for the police report to come out before deciding what actually happened....Tiger actually blew 0.0 for alcohol, per the police report released today.
I am preparing myself for the inevitable with Zeke.
Dude cant stay out of the new off the field. That never ends well.
What about being the passenger in a car that was rear-ended by another car concerns you, exactly?
Why say "training camp issue'? Why not say what happened-he set off the team hotel fire alarm by smoking weed in the middle of the night?
Sometimes things are just better left unsaid.
I never knew that kind of law was on the books. Interesting.
It's an interesting question and the expert said typically charges do infact get dropped if the accused dies prior to the trial (as there is no one to prosecute).
If you would not mind clarifying this, I would appreciate it. He was already tried and convicted on one murder. He was in prison serving a life sentence for murder. Thus he was already prosecuted. Its not clear why charges would be dropped AFTER prosecution, because he killed himself in prison while serving his sentence.
They could've, at least, signed him up for one of their famous "no-show" classes, if it had to be an 8:00 AM class.
For what it's worth, I will pass along one thing I am aware of with Bobby Knight. After Fred Taylor suffered a brain aneurysm in 1996, he lived in Mill Run Gardens & Care Center, until his death in 2002. Bobby Knight regularly visited Fred Taylor throughout his time there and provided the financial support for Fred Taylor's care there.
My Grandfather was at this facility off and on between 1996 and 2000, and Bobby Knight would stop and talk and spend time with my Grandfather, when he was there. My family and I had the opportunity to speak with Coach Knight on several occasions while there, as well, and he was very nice in the conversations I had with him.
So, while much of his behavior is well documented, I did want to share a different side of him that I have personally seen, and been made aware of, FWIW.
A very bad look from Stacy Elliott with his tweet, particularly given that Chris Spielman didn't say anything about Zeke on the Cancer Cruise, and moreover the work that Chris has done with The Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research.
Things like this make me despise our "fanbase" sometimes.
I just have to say, it is pathetic when adult men resort to calling a college kid names because Ohio State football is so significant in their lives. Not only is it pathetic, but your life straight up sucks.
I agree with your comments completely.
I sat next to the family section at the Fiesta Bowl, and was completely disgusted by the comments Ohio State "fans" were making to, and in front of the families of the players and coaching staff.
Sadly, that is just the most recent example of this kind of thing I can point to.
Many Ohio State fans can be better--much better!
Very sad news. Rest in peace, Corey.
Stinks that they spoiled the kid's moment.