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  1. Young $narf Young $narf
    May 30, 2011    

    ““The Clarett and [Robert Q.]Baker scandals were further evidence that Tressel was, at best, woefully ignorant of questionable behavior by his players and not aggressive enough in preventing it. At worst, he was a conduit for improper benefits, as Clarett alleged,” the article accuses.

    Clarett, Smith, Pryor — the list goes on.

    In the end, even if a portion of the reports in the SI article are true, Tressel deserved to be fired. Because, let’s face it, it’s doubtful he resigned by his own accord.

    But among the myriad of allegations and accusations of wrongdoings, the fact of the matter is that Jim Tressel lied to the NCAA. And however misguided and bureaucratic the NCAA is, a coach simply can’t do that.

    No matter how much a man of character he is proclaimed to be.”

    Harsh…. he didn’t kill anyone. lol seriously, such exaggeration… throwing stones!

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