To avoid 13 threads for the day on very small minor elements of the ongoing disaster on Columbus (or at least try to), here's a regularly updated thread on the latest:
"During the meeting, Rife expressed his concern that their conversation would remain confidential," the disciplinary documents said. "(Cicero) assured Rife that everything Rife told (Cicero) would remain confidential.
"Rife proceeded to tell (Cicero) all the details surrounding his involvement in criminal activity. Rife also explained to (Cicero) how he came into possession of the OSU memorabilia seized during the raid."
Right after the meeting, Cicero sent an email to Tressel, "divulging much of the information that Rife had told (him) in confidence."
Pryor has signed with Drew Rosenhaus - they deserve each other
Pryor's lawyer, Larry James, said Monday that Pryor was in Miami and had signed an agreement with Rosenhaus, a high-powered agent who represents some of the biggest names in sports.
Ohio State University President E. Gordon Gee told the school's latest graduating class that the scandal surrounding the football program is "a temporary condition.'' Gee spoke to 9,700 graduates
Ohio State University President E. Gordon Gee told the school's latest graduating class that the scandal surrounding the football program is "a temporary condition.''
Gee spoke to 9,700 graduates - a school record - and close to 40,000 friends and family Sunday and could not help but at least touch on the recent upheaval in the football program.
"Let me acknowledge on this day of celebration, in this cathedral of triumph and hope, that many Buckeye hearts are heavy,'' Gee said. "On rare occasion, this great grand building has been home to disappointment and tumult. That is but a temporary condition.''
Report: Ohio State Parents Who Named Children After Jim Tressell Have No Regrets
Parents who named their children after former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel said they had no regrets at the choice following his resignation in disgrace from the football program, The Columbus Dispatch reported Monday.
Twenty newborns in Ohio have been named after Tressel since January 2003, when the coach guided the Buckeyes to the national championship, the newspaper said.