Too funny, but great,
There aren’t many things capable of making even the most emotionless person feel a little something than videos of college football players getting rewarded with a scholarship out of the blue.
Over the past year alone, a number of coaches have come up with some pretty creative ways to tell athletes their tuition is taken care of, like when an Oregon player’s mom interrupted practice to break the news to her son.
There was also the Bowling Green coach who got his kicker to prove he can nail a long field goal under pressure by rewarding him with a free ride for making one (which had the potential to be the saddest video ever filmed if he hadn’t).
However, it’s hard to top the guy at Texas Tech who got his offered handed to him by Danny Amendola and Rob Gronkowski....
Seems a little light to me, board of trustees and the boosters probably had a say in this.
The Ohio State University has announced that Urban Meyer will return in 2018, but he has been suspended for the first three games of the year.
The decision comes after an investigation into how Urban Meyer handled the 2015 domestic abuse allegations regarding former assistant Zach Smith. The university placed Meyer on paid administrative leave on August 1 until it figured out what exactly Meyer knew about the allegations and what he did about them.
The suspension was announced via a release given to reporters in attendance:
This means Meyer will miss Week 1 against Oregon State, Week 2 against Rutgers and a big Week 3 matchup against TCU. Then, he’ll be reinstated.
The suspension is also without pay, which is a change from the paid administrative leave he’s been on the past couple of weeks.
AD Gene Smith was punished, too,...
Opened the site back up an hour ago, then well:
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