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Where is this report coming from? I am not saying it is not true, but all I have seen is message board speculation that Pittman is the alleged assailant because he left OSU. Do you have a credible source you can link or is this just something you've read on a message board?
report mentioned is a summary from the OSU police dept...
Bucknuts was able to get a copy of the actual police report.
Do you have a link to it?
It's in their Boarding House.
The actual full police report? Or just Bucknuts writers' interpretation of the report?
The Bucknutters are all up in arms about keeping it quiet. They know this is just the beginning for them and Uban's reign of thugs at OSU.
Meh....we had much worse under Cooper...doubt Urbs will ever reach that level.
not you too Ducks...
Will be much worse with Urban.
Based on what? Having a different way of operating in the SEC? Exactly how familiar are you with Urban? I mean you may be 100% correct time will tell but maybe a look I to Cooper is worthy too. Cooper was s bad or worse than Urban was at UF. No social media however.
Really Broad statement...
I'm not saying anything controversial. He asked a question whether the actual police report was in the BH or if it was your writers' interpretation. The literal police report was not in the BH, which is what I said.
Only time will tell.
Starting in 2009, the Orlando Sentinel compiled a list of Florida football players arrested or charged with a crime since coach Urban Meyer took over six years ago. The original list was published
Where's the list since he's arrived in Columbus?
This post was edited by buttesnake 13 months ago
Off the top of my head, here's a list of OSU players who've had run-ins with the law since Meyer came in:
There might be more, but that's all I can think of for now.
According to ArrestNation.com
Bri’onte Dunn (July 2012)
Dominic Clarke (January 7, 2012)
Jack Mewhort (June 2, 2012)
Jacob Stoneburner (June 2, 2012)
Storm Klein (July 6, 2012)
Fitzgerald Toussaint (July 21, 2012)
Frank Clark (June 2012)
Will Campbell (April 7, 2012)
Josh Furman (February 11, 2012)
Marvin Robinson (November 2011)
Darryl Stonum (May 6, 2011)
Pretty similar at this point, actually. Though Hoke's been there for one season longer, obviously. Se'Von Pittman hasn't been charged yet, but I'd assume he will be. Glad he's off the team, hopefully the poor young lady gets justice for what's allegedly been done to her.
This post was edited by dukeluke 13 months ago
you're trying to compare when Hoke has been here an extra year? Really?
And Hoke's had one more player arrested over that year. The point being that the arrest rate in college football is high anywhere you go.
at least our coach didn't allow a player to choke a coach and get away with it
Right, but 6 in 14 months does not equal 5 in 6 months.
4 of the 6 you mentioned for Hoke happened over a 6 month period as well, if that helps. My point isn't that Michigan athletes are criminals -- they aren't. You have a few bad seeds like anyone else. Meyer's arrest record at Florida was deplorable, I agree with that as well. But I think people are naive if they believe high arrest rates are only an issue for Meyer/OSU and aren't an issue throughout college athletics, especially football and among elite football programs. I notice a lot of "criminals are an OSU issue!" in this thread, which is why I posted in the first place. The reality is that the issue of criminality in college athletics is much bigger than OSU or Meyer alone.
Dodson and Thomas?
If they were there then they are guilty by association IMO.
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