Guy not playing countersource says his source says urban has been let go

Submitted by poseidon7902 on August 19th, 2018 at 9:20 PM

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Blue 4 Life

August 20th, 2018 at 8:56 AM ^

First off.. How do you come across this post in the first place? Are you trolling them?

Next, I wonder if this is the Bill we're looking for

Says the man next to me out of nowhere
It's apropos of nothing
He says his name's William but I'm sure,
He's Bill or Billy or Mac or Buddy
And he's plain ugly to me
And I wonder if he's ever had a day of fun in his whole
life

Pepper Brooks

August 20th, 2018 at 9:23 AM ^

I don't like meyer, but part of me doesn't want him to be fired.  I would hate to have the legend of urban meyer hanging over UM, the osu coach the Wolverines could not beat.  I really, really want our team to beat buckeyes with meyer as head coach.

JonnyHintz

August 20th, 2018 at 9:49 AM ^

An interesting twist that McMurphy pointed out is the fact that the BoT has to give 24 hours notice before releasing the information to the public, but if Meyer resigns they won’t have to release it at all. 

So if the findings are bad, Meyer could resign in order to protect his image and keep the results of the investigation from going public. 

Red is Blue

August 20th, 2018 at 10:25 AM ^

If by "resigning" you mean he negotiates a separation agreement, then I agree that this is the most likely situation.  Last thing OSU and Meyer want is the details, if they are ugly, becoming public.  That being said, I'm not sure they wouldn't anyway.  Another benefit for settling for both sides is the don't get into a legal battle over the buyout which will keep the whole mess in the public eye longer.

Sopwith

August 20th, 2018 at 11:27 AM ^

Curveball, the Iraqi informant who made up WMD stories and fed it to US intelligence to get us into the war. (LINK

I mean, I know some people would say "Curveball? Wouldn't you rather trust someone named Straightball?", but those people have no spirit of adventure.

I still trust his boy Bill who casually drops info from a source that literally no member of the national media have been able to get despite 24/7 effort.

Eye of the Tiger

August 20th, 2018 at 10:32 AM ^

I went over to the Eleven Warriors forum to get some inside information. What I learned is that someone named "Brett McExpletive" is at the center of a conspiracy against Ohio State University and its football program. It is possible that McExpletive has agents on the BoT and only this would explain anything less than a full exoneration. A dismissal couldn't possibly have anything to do with fostering a culture of impunity, ignoring domestic violence and then bringing further disrepute to the university by lying about it to the public, because reasons that certainly have nothing to do with winning football games. 

MichiganAggie

August 20th, 2018 at 12:07 PM ^

So, take this source for what it's worth:

One of my friends has a friend within the OSU athletic dept. Apparently things are much worse than initially thought and it affects more sports than just football.  I don't know how an investigation into Urban & Gene Smith would extend to other sports, but that's what I heard.