May 26th, 2012 at 5:04 PM ^

As a resident of Ohio, I am locationally required to determine that the offer did not count as the envelope was not opened.  Meyer didn't even want him to open it.

angry byrne

May 26th, 2012 at 5:14 PM ^

People in Columbus already do this all the time.

Further evidence provided by 30 second google search HERE and HERE and HERE.

Favorite quote:  "When you win a game, you riot. When you lose a game, you riot. When spring comes, you riot. African-American Heritage Festival weekend, you riot," [former OSU president] Karen Holbrook said.

So yes, #burnohio... maybe this will finally be something that osu and michigan fans agree upon.



May 26th, 2012 at 4:47 PM ^

I laughed so hard when I saw this.  Seriously, easily the best recruiting tweet since Shane Morris commented on the Glee episode where a Michigan guy was stealing all the recruits from Ohio State


May 27th, 2012 at 9:25 AM ^

Numerous classes on secondary violations hosted by the NCAA are currently being conducted on the campus of Ohio for those students and athletic department protegees interested in matriculating into Ohio's post-graduate, hands-on, Primary Violations Studies (PVS):  personal tutoring is offered by EGG and Geno; Urban the Great handles the subject described in the literature as "the how-to make a boot cast measure:  a means to cover up any type of suspension". This latter subject is called Methods in Plausible Deniability (MPD):  a heavily funded program used to support of those who believe cover-ups of bad behavior are good for the future job prospects of student atheletes = Coach Meyer is "a great coach and an outstanding recruiter".


May 26th, 2012 at 6:10 PM ^

A couple of months back, Ohio State sent me an envelope. I decided to hang on to it so I could burn it in a nice little camp fire over the summer. Well, now I know how I'm spending my night!