RayRay wrote:George Dohrmann's article hit last night, OSU claims the info SI turned over had no bearing on the resignation.
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/m ... =hp_t11_a2
Lying Dickbag wrote:“I sincerely apologize for what we’ve been through. I apologize for the fact I wasn’t able to find the ones to partner with to handle our difficult and complex situation.’’
Here in hybrid-Ohio, ambivalence rules. Our sports loyalties are as divided as Mason and Dixon. The rest of the state caught pneumonia Monday, when Ohio State announced Tressel’s resignation. Around here, we sneezed.
The message wasn’t lost on us, though. We’ve seen an iconic college coach be forced to resign. The difference was, Bob Huggins didn’t sell us on his righteousness. What you saw was what you got.
Huggins was good that way. Far better than the man in Columbus, who today looks as sincere as the sleeves on his vest.
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