Don't get in trouble. Denton County isn't a fun place to be. I wouldn't know from experience or anything.
Loves Competitive Tailbacks
Who actually submits the waiver? Justin Fields or Ohio State? The article that had quotes with Gene Smith seemed to indicate that Gene Smith and the Georgia AD had communication about the contents of the waiver. I am not a lawyer, but those email exchanges would seem to fall under FOIA. Especially if the waiver came from the school itself.
This right here. I'm guessing there are some juicy details that Georgia would not like to become public knowledge.
My understanding is that Gene Smith and the Georgia AD exchanged information about the waiver. It was most likely done in email form.
I think it's hilarious, but I can understand. r/CFB has a really young demographic.
How would that differ here?
We got some Urban Meyer stuff with FOIA requests. Text msgs to Jerry Emig and whatnot.
Jalen Hurts never won a national title game. He lost to Clemson the year before he was pulled during the Georgia game. But your point is still accurate.
Not you... there is definitely something on his eye lol.
Losses no longer matter
The Purdue loss is literally the only thing that mattered...
I don't think so. He graduated from Notre Dame.
Uh... yes I think you are. OU is playing Bama.
Didn't you get the memo. Quality losses > quality wins.
Don't talk about it. Be about it.
Not sure how the logic of your opinion is making any sense. If he was a first round talent he wouldn't be being waived by the Texans right now.
What exactly has been damaged about your alma mater? That the employees in place followed proper protocol (allegedly). I'm sorry that I'm not willing to follow the guilty until proven innocent line of thinking that society has adopted.
Is this a sarcastic post or an honest post? I honestly can't tell.
My source is literally in the post.
Tressel most certainly fell on the sword for Gene Smith. I know more about that situation than anyone on this site, unless for some reason Mark Summers is on this site.
People still fail to realize that Tressel fell on the sword for the University and it's baffling to me.
Shelley Meyer is on staff at OSU, yes. https://nursing.osu.edu/faculty-and-staff/faculty-directory/meyer-shelley.html
He was pretty good in the postgame of the Rose Bowl too. "I imagine they are pretty sober tonight."
I mean, it's your prerogative to buy that $9 beer. No one is forcing you to.