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Show us how smart you are- what were the other incidents?
How about the hundreds of minor violations reported every year?
Needless to say Troy Smith getting paid, Clarrett, and realistically there were others.
Put your head in the sand if you want.
Again, cite another incident where he acted improperly. You can't so why don't you just shut the f@cknup b/c you look stupid.
Hey smart guy, tell us more about how the benefits the players received were "illegal." Which criminal laws were broken again?
Only in your eyes dude.
First, you are referring to the entire Athletic Department which happens to be the largest in the country. The football program is the same as the rest of the D1 schools.
Second, Troy Smith accepted a hundred dollar handshake and was suspended, had to give the $ back, and the donor was blacklisted for eternity - only because compliance caught it, Troy told the truth, the incident was self reported, and penalties handed down. That is how is should work. Then he won the Heisman.
Third, Clarett was thrown out of the program.
Fourth, UofM is still on probation because of Major violations. Before tOSU. smh at your weak azz sand
Tressel wasn't the beacon of morality he claimed to be.
You guys want to come in here and deny that, cool. He got fired for lying.
Damnit I leave my troll thread unattended for a couple hours and it goes full retard
Smh...these guys should know to never go full tard...
Fair point. The benefits the players received weren't "illegal" in the criminal law sense. However, I'm glad we can agree that the players were receiving those benefits.
back on subject, how have yall never had a decommitment?
Funny you chose to skip right over my post.
Troll away d-bag.
damn you called me a d-bag, I'm gonna go all Hke now
Would you rather do that, or fake health problems because you were getting your ish pushed in by Nick Saban?
Yeah Urbs was really struggling at Florida
Lol Urb faking health problems > Hokes real health problems.
Honest Buckeye here. Heard for months how big of Smith was. Heck up until Huereman committed OSU fans thought he was a . I'm sure they'll use the excuse of having Baugh commit, but we all know Meyer continued to recruit Huereman until he informed Urbs he was headed to ND. Wonder what school the littlest bro goes to UM? Dad former UM bball player, oldest boy OSU, middle boy ND, should be fun to watch.
He's a corch Urbs lock obviously
You're the one who said we've never had a decommitment, not me.
I'm well aware yall have had a decommitment, but everytime it happens he was either dropped or yall cooled on the kid
No, that's just what Bucknuts say happens every time. What you want to believe =/= what actually happened.
back to my OP
Ward is not a decommittment, #Michigan dropped him...
DaRick Rogers flipped from us to UT on NSD
We went and offered Kenarius Gates who was going to Kentucky.
Gates is now starting on our OL and Rogers got booted out of Knoxville and never beat us
Sometimes it works out
Art Schlichter's cellmates and Mo Clarett's rugby team believe Ohio State always does things honestly.....
Why would we want to think that happened? Maybe that's just what your homers say?
Some Bucknuts want to believe that Michigan fans are all in denial, so they create a reality for themselves in which every time a player decommits from Michigan, every Michigan fan says they were dropped.
Clearly, this is stupid - it's like Michigan fans saying this: "every time someone decommits from OSU, all OSU fans just say that it's because they had a non-committable offer."
Gareon Conley straight-up decommitted, and so did Caleb Stacey. It's not hard for me to point to the difference between actual decommits and players the staff dropped.
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