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It does seem that Gardner got whacked awfully hard by Urbs relative to some of the others.
Has a 247Composite rating of 0.8422. Not in the circle of trust.
For real? You're going to try to count a guy who had left the team already? Do I get to count Maurice Clarett and Ray Small now?
Art Schlicter as well.
I don't think they should count, but OP counted Perkins so I will count J.Robinson... Also, players who were never arrested (Pittman, Dodson, Thomas, Dunn) shouldn't be either.
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I think the OSU fans commenting on here are wrong and missing the point of my post, but I also think that the OP is wrong and missing the point.
I just pointed out a few corrections. 2 guys whose legitimate legal troubles were not under Meyer, but included in your "legal troubles under Meyer" list and 2 guys who are also on the list that had 0 legal trouble at all. They actually helped an investigation....
For the OSU fans trying to justify some of the arrests though, just stop. It is what it is, I was just correcting you on 4 guys.
I was going to type out a long response to this, and then I figured, why bother.
This post was edited by coldhands 9 months ago
The title of the thread is "legal troubles"
Fun fun thread. Would be nice to see if you could do his Florida players while he was the coach. Maybe it could help with these delusional nutters to see how bad of a human urbz is?!
Bucknuts can try to spin it any way they want.
At this point, Meyer probably has to give a severe punishment to Hyde. The media falsely reported that Hyde was kicked off, so people are expecting that, in addition to the media firestorm surrounding Meyer lately.
Why, as a tOSU fan, would I care about Florida whatsoever?
Because history repeats itself with Meyer.
The security footage will tell it all. He will either get kicked off (rightfully so if he meant to hit her) or he will get a short suspension if the footage shows she got hit with a stray fist/forearm/elbow that was meant for a male aggressor.
Why didn't that same history occur at BG and Utah?
Not caring about Florida is one thing. I'm simply trying to show you that your coach is a weasel and by using Florida as an example you might see clearer
I understand you're point of view, but I see Florida more as the outlier than the standard.
2 years at Bowling Green + 2 years at Utah < 6 years at Florida.
This post was edited by Frank C 9 months ago
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If you're only talented enough to play at BGSU or Utah, the degree of misbehavior tolerated is considerably less than that tolerated at many major college football programs. Players talented enough to play at Florida or OSU generally get more passes on their behavior throughout life. Given the much greater number of players at a Utah/BGSU level of talent, it's not surprising that behavioral issues are less of a problem - there's more freedom to get kids of an appropriate talent level who don't have behavioral issues.
There's a reason most D-III programs don't have the arrest issues of certain major college football programs.
You're really grasping at straws now. Maybe we just don't know of arrest issues at D-3 schools because its a D-3 school and nobody really cares.
Irony is a hell of a drug. They should ban it before someone od's
Dude, that's literally how the world works. The more talented you are at sports, the rarer your skillset is, and the more chances you get to mess up. This is not a new thing.
Urbs kicked Clarke, Gambrell, Klien (until she backed his side), Pittman (who was the only one that was found to do anything during the investigation), Hyde (until the investigation and proceedings are over, if he is found innocent), Gardner is suspended the entire year (maybe for good), Bell's isn't a thing, and Perkins was run off.
7/14 All seven being the more serious charges.
Pretty good discipline if I do say so myself.
Then this list shouldn't grow much more, right?
I'm guessing it keeps skyrocketing.
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