Say Goodbye to the Sweater Vest

I just can’t foresee this ending well for Corbin’s favorite coach, Jim “Sweater Vest” Tressel. As the lies build up, the picture gets bleaker for The Ohio State University.

For the first time in years the most overrated team in America won’t open up as favorites to make the MNC game. I hate to find happiness in others misery, but I just can’t help myself.

Have a wonderful, pollinated weekend.


2 Responses to “Say Goodbye to the Sweater Vest”

  1. 1 ericdawg March 25, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    College Football will not be the same. LOL

  2. 2 Cojones March 25, 2011 at 3:51 pm

    Not quite the smoking gun. OSU’s excuse now is that other facts were withheld due to the NCAA’s investigation. Using the NCAA as their own excuse-makers puts OSU in more jeopardy each day to becoming the new SMU. It demeans and dilutes the enforcement power of the NCAA in the eyes of member schools. This entire farce is driven by Tressel’s duplicity and he should be dismissed accordingly, OSU’s 2010 games
    should be defaulted for knowingly allowing ineligible players to play(ref: A.J. Green, UGA) and disallow the Sugar Bowl win for
    the same reason. These are the same rules that other member schools are required to
    adhere to by the NCAA. Apply the same rule applied to FSU in 2009. We all wait to see OSU treated in the same manner.

    OSU alumni know that they have had favoritism given in the not-so-distant past. Many of them want Tressel gone because of his embarrassments to a great University. We sympathize with the sturm and drang you are experiencing, but as time goes on it will never get better. Take the medicine now because the disease is progressing and can only get worse. Like a Black Hole, it draws your entire football program, your AD and your President as well as your entire Bd of Regents into it. It can’t be stopped or reversed. Time for Jim to go and forfeit the games before the hypocrisy drags all of College Football into the chasmic void that is in the seminal stages.

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