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Was reading this blog. Rumor has Dodson could be one involved. Nothing proven, but not a good situation.
Slap on the wrist... don't do it again... yada yada yada... we'll never find out who it was... End of Story. That's their way of handling things at OSU.
Aaand and cue the Meyer bashing
Rape is never something to joke about, that being said this cant be great publicity for OSU
If God dwells inside us, like some people say, I sure hope He likes enchiladas, because that's what He's getting
Hopefully a little more investigating goes into this incident than with the rapes that allegedly happened involving a football player at Notre Dame, a couple basketball players at Michigan State, and a couple basketball players at Marquette.
I will say for all the bad things that could be said about BB, he truly did recruit good kids to the program and when anything serious popped up off the field he was pretty quick to kick trouble makers off the team. He didn't have to kick Appleton or Harris off the team because no police report was ever filed by the drug dealer they beat up, but he did and they were both very talented kids. The questions about Meyer and how he handles discipline are warranted based on the amount of Gators that hit the police blotter in his time there. He doesn't have a good track record in that department.
This post was edited by OakParkBadger87 13 months ago
FWIW I do not know who supposedly was involved with the Marquette "investigation" but the whole non-investigation at MSU was supposedly Appling and Payne.
"We don't care about anything but winning. No one cares about ethical standards thats for losers..."
BUCKNUTS 21 self trolling.
Ohio news station forgot to redact the name
Circle of trust
This post was edited by broblakemills 13 months ago
This is why urban at OSU does not concern me for the long run. I have no doubt over the next few years there will be more of these stories and Urban will need to leave the game again for "health" reasons
Just like Florida, very probable this will happen.
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