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Will leave OSU football team immediately and enroll at Harvard in 2014.
They just lost the greatest LB of all time. What a shame.
I was wondering if anyone on here remembered the Luke Roberts "discussions".
@ ohio recruiting -
there was a football player at OSU smart enough for Harvard? why would he choose OSU in the first place with that kind of intelligence?
We all make mistakes.
looks like he decided to play school
Coach: Beer Norm?
Norm: Well I am going to need something to kill time before my second beer.
Good for him. He sounds like a hard worker who takes academics seriously.
Good kid who realized he didn't fit in at Ohio
$100 says Urbz had a discussion with him about playing time in the future and gave a not-so-subtle push.
Haha, if you have a dream to play football at Ohio State and Harvard is your fall back option...
When I heard he was headed to Harvard, I laughed too.
It definitely surprised me more that he was quitting football and just going to Harvard. Not just walking around Boston with a douche accent but attending classes.
This post was edited by Holtz 12 months ago
It isn't in Boston. Not sure if you've ever been there, but it's in Cambridge.
Good luck to the kid. Great school.
Can't imagine it was a coincidence that there was talk about the staff hoping to free up 3-5 scholarships for 2014. The ridiculous thing is that the rumors were framed as the coaching staff hoping to free up guys that just weren't hard workers.
So much for that...
Color me surprised.
Am I missing something here? I've never heard of the kid.
Not sure if this guy would've played but I look on at Ohio's LB depth with sheer glee. They're going to be young and inexperienced there for some time. Can't wait to see Borges exploit them.
Nobody on this board can define the word regression.... but it sure gets used a lot.
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