10
Jun
11

exodus.

There’s been a lot about this off-season that’s bothered me, but the departure of the head coach and the starting quarterback honestly aren’t among them.

Sure the resignation of Tressel and the announcement a day ago by his attorney — it’s not a good sign when college football players need attorneys — that Pryor would skip his senior season are short-term setbacks. And, more importantly, they’re symptoms of a larger problem that the NCAA will make sure is hanging over Ohio State football for at least a couple of years.

This is the start. This is how Ohio State gets its football program back. There will be a new coach. There will be a new quarterback. Because of the Tat Five suspensions, there will be  a bunch of new faces on the field this fall.

And no matter what the NCAA does, no matter if the 2010 season is wiped from memory and Ohio State has sanctions hanging over its head for a couple years, this season is going to be a fun one.

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2 Responses to “exodus.”


  1. 1 James Bond Shaken Not Stirred
    June 10, 2011 at 2:32 pm

    Agreed. Time to suck it up and move on. A new great “era” awaits.

    The other major issue is where will the Killer Nuts gather in 90 days?!

  2. 2 James Bond Shaken-Not-Stirred
    June 11, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    I agree. It’s time to suck it up and move on. Wait for the next “era” to unfold at Ohio State.

    More importantly, where are the Killer Nuts gathering 91 days from now?


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