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Clarett spilling the beans

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LloydSev

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That may be something he says, but I'm more worried about the fact that ESPN is all over town talking to car dealerships, among others. Looks to me like they're going after "illegal aid" and gifts. Not good.

Agreed. There is more here than just parts of the "original" story. He's selling some other guys out somehow. He's GOING to mention names. My guess is just wondering who.
 
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DiHard

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before anyone else has a heart attack like 27......im just joshing with you all.....relax....its going to be a pain in the ass....but the sky is not falling.....


what i dont get....but i never get clarett....is why he would do this.....it will only serve to discredit his character again to the NFL.....he should have just stayed quiet, blew them away in workouts and been a third round draft choice.....now his character will be even further down the drain....

that kid has shit for brains....
 
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BuckeyeNation27

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DiHard said:
before anyone else has a heart attack like 27......im just joshing with you all.....relax....its going to be a pain in the ass....but the sky is not falling.....


what i dont get....but i never get clarett....is why he would do this.....it will only serve to discredit his character again to the NFL.....he should have just stayed quiet, blew them away in workouts and been a third round draft choice.....now his character will be even further down the drain....

that kid has shit for brains....
yeah? well fuck you.
 
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AJHawkfan

Wanna make $14 the hard way?
If ESPN wants to release a story regarding the "fraudulant" activity at OSU, what better source than MoC? He needs money, and ESPN needs a big-name source. If they waved some green in front of his face, what's to stop him from saying whatever they want to hear? They have some really creative writers, they can twist and turn anything he says to make it sound illegal.

Until I see something from someone other than ESPN, the NY Times, or MoC, I'm going to classify this as bullshit.
 
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BuckeyeNation27

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AJHawkfan said:
If ESPN wants to release a story regarding the "fraudulant" activity at OSU, what better source than MoC? He needs money, and ESPN needs a big-name source. If they waved some green in front of his face, what's to stop him from saying whatever they want to hear? They have some really creative writers, they can twist and turn anything he says to make it sound illegal.

Until I see something from someone other than ESPN, the NY Times, or MoC, I'm going to classify this as bullshit.
guess what. the rest of the country doesnt give a shit what you classify it as. especially potential recruits.

even if this story is 100% bull shit, its going to hit us hard in the image department and will probably cost us a big name recruit.
 
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buckzip

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BuckeyeNation27 said:
guess what. the rest of the country doesnt give a shit what you classify it as. especially potential recruits.

even if this story is 100% bull shit, its going to hit us hard in the image department and will probably cost us a big name recruit.
Absolutely correct.
Like anything else. perception is reality.
if people hear bad things about the program. They must be true....
 
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AJHawkfan

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'‘To never be able to escape accusations from somebody who has already set some sort of record for an inability to get it right is very frustrating. But that’s where we are," he said.

‘‘We refuted most of it (the first time)," Geiger said. ‘‘We went over it all with them and talked to them. They thought they had all this goopy stuff, and very little of it holds water. They realized it and they stopped. If they have new stuff, we’ll have to deal with it. And if they don’t, we’ll have to take the hit, one more blow to the innocent."

‘‘We’re talking about a guy with 17 instances of violating NCAA Bylaw 10," Geiger said. ‘‘That’s the one about not telling (investigators) the truth."

‘‘It’s frustrating because we did an exhaustive investigation of this," Geiger said. ‘‘It’s unbelievable we can’t seem to get out of this pattern. . . . This could go on for rest of our lives."

Geiger's comments regarding MoC. I'm not sensing a lot of respect for him.

What's to stop MoC from yapping though? All he's interested in is making money. All ESPN is interested in is viewers and selling magazines. If they have to throw some green at MoC to get him to comment on some "alleged" violations, their writers will twist it to make OSU look bad. As long as they use the word "alleged" they aren't in any trouble from a legal standpoint.

I am getting really sick of ESPN trying to create news, instead of simply reporting the facts. Their entire news organization is losing credibility, in every aspect, not just their coverage of college football.
 
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AKAK

Well, that's like hypnotizing chickens.
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I'm surprised, I had sort of envisioned MoC as on an island somewhere pulling a Marlon Brando weight gain spree by sending Jim Brown for Big Macs... Guess not.
 
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