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Circle of trust on fire?
That program is falling apart
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
Let's see what this is about first. Remember what just happened with BWC? He probably was drunk at a party and wouldn't disperse when the cops showed up.
This post was edited by buttesnake 22 months ago
Need more details.
Let's not be so quick to judgement, lets wait till we have some facts first before we throw the first stone.
Go Blue and Go Titans!
That is really all that it seems like. Or he could have been throwing a party and didn't want to let the cops in. Probably no big deal.
"Isn't it amazing what somebody will do when he can't bunt." - Vin Scully
There is way to many college kids getting arrested for drinking. I would not be surprised to see schools and or the NCAA to start handing out some serious punishment soon.
Been going on forever. I highly doubt the NCAA does anything.
Oh like you never partied a lot.
I was just lucky enough to not get arrested!
Seems like this is as minor as Campbell's arrest.
I never had a D1 scholarship offer. Would you get to keep your job if you had a DUI, commit a felony or kick a cop? There is a fine line between having fun and committing a crime.
Stonum's drinking was something minor and where is he now?
I have known many people who got to keep their jobs after a DUI.
First of all you may need better friends. I know I sound like a stick in the mud but I was on the wrong side of a drunk driving accident at 15. And no I was not drinking. Anybody who thinks ok to drive drunk is dead wrong. And it's not something to joke about with under age college kids.
I never said it was ok. Who said they were friends. Mostly coworkers or just people i know. There is a big difference from what Will did and driving drunk. I agree driving drunk is no joke. Stonum's situation and Will's are completely different and should not be looked at in the same light.
Out on bond.
Oh your player, I don't know that one. I thought it said Stoney.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by dkerns 22 months ago
If you are a truck driver or a person who drives in a company vehicle, you'll most likely loose your job. I've known exceptions, but they were cannot fire employess.
This post was edited by dkerns 22 months ago
These are college kids. They screw up. Not everything is a major deal. Actually, most of these events aren't.
They've hit a recruiting wall too. No new commits since their spring game and they're freaked. Lost major OL target Ethan Pocic and LB Jaylon Smith, whose brother is a Buckeye. Their board is nearing meltdown. Hilarious.
Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
'We are attacking that like animals right now.'
He and Jack Mewhort were caught pissing in-between two buildings buildings. The cops followed them and they were arrested for hiding. It's not as big as it seemed when details weren't released. Just felt like I had to update you Michigan fans
If that's the case, the fact that they were arrested is wack.
Pocic was a major loss. No one really thought LSU was really in the picture. Smith on the other had was a long shot. He said he didnt want to play at the same school as his brother bc he felt some would think he was following in Rod's footsteps. Everyone on Bucknuts knew it was coming.
Actually, we haven't hit a recruiting walls. Remember, we only have 15 scholarships this year and 11 commits. We are being selective with offers and who we allow to commit. But thanks for painting an inaccurate picture.
It's the case. They couldn't get caught for indecent exposure bc the no one exactly saw any body parts, and they couldn't get resisting arrest bc they ran before the cops actually came. So, they had to find something to tag them with. I think they were arrested for simply running.
Guess nobody at Bucknuts bothered to tell Luke Fickell and Mike Vrabel to stop recruiting Jaylon -- because they were all over him and wanted him bad. They thought it was them vs. ND until the morning of his commitment.
Acting cool and being cool are two different things, 12. You've got the acting part down, pretending OSU didn't expect more from Smith, but you're dead wrong.
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