I didn't see this posted, but I find this interesting that the Buckeyes are willing to let this guy around the program in the face of sanctions. They should be distancing themselves from the Senator.
Rivals states Tressel gave OSU a pep talk
Tressel is gone, he lied, he played players he knew were ineligible, and after his talk, they lost. Ignore him, always the best policy.
That's why it's news. Tressel was barred from contact with OSU athletics.
What's the authority for the assertion that Tressel was banned, and that his contact with players was a violation?
And yeah, this is the second thread on this topic, and nobody came up with any such authority in the first one.
Says random anonymous internet blog-poster...that's WHO!
Tressel resigned, he was not fired. OSU, to date, has not suffered any NCAA sanctions for their actions and Tressel is free to come and go as he pleases. If OSU wanted they could've asked St. Jim to "guest coach" the team yesterday as there is nothing forbidding it other than common sense.
He just wanted to show off some sweet new tattoos he got in exchange for some Big Ten Championship rings.
It was up yesterday.
i'm sure the ncaa will appreciate that.
I looked back 2 pages and have not found this information on the board. Link or it didn't happen.
You didnt look hard enough..we need more effort from you
We need to be able to feel the effort, to hear the effort.
slimmy implications of publicly barring a guy from your program and then ignoring it.
I look at it as another sign of desperation from ohio. No one on the current staff could give a good speach so they brought in Tressel. They knew they needed someone who would inspire them.
I also think they purposely leaked the Urban Meyer stuff hoping it would fire up their guys. They were a desperate team and did desperate things all week and even during the game. ohio didn't throw the ball that many times or go deep that much all season.
Pryor was banned, diGeronimo was banned. Tressel was not--or if he was there was never a public announcement.
It's just more good news. Hit them with more intense sanctions.
is a bad person.