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Lol, wow breaking news! Too bad Jake Water tweeted that he didnt have a girlfriend over 24 hours ago.
"Whoever’s trying to kill me isn’t getting the job done. But one day, I’m going to punch that f___r in the face."
Y, are u saying if you weren't a poor 22 year old kid, who can't get a job because he has school and is a college football player which consumes all his time up; you wouldn't take benifits. If I had some money coming in and I was in his situation I know for a fact I would take it. And Tressel did nothing wrong, he had his players backs, which I admire. I think he did the right thing and was a real man about it, taking full responsibility and not blaming his players. He knows what these kids go through, football consumes all of there time and they have absolutely no money to pay for nice cloths and other wants. Don't be bitter upon Ohio State just because they are a better program. They shouldn't have lost there coach or been eliminated from a bowl game. It's just a stupid punishment
Make sense much?
BTW, Tressel is the main reason they had sanctions.
Also, football players can take out loans just like any other college student to help pay for things (though I do not condone them taking loans out to pay for XBoxs and big screen TVs like some football players I lived with when I went to an FCS school before transferring to PSU).
I believe players should get a stipend for how much money they bring in. But, to think OSU was not giving more than free tats and cars to their stars is being naive.
I can understand a punishment. But if it was PSU all of u would be saying that the punishment is inappropriate for the offense. I've scene it with the Sandusky case. People say how the football program shouldn't be punished for the actions of this man. But in reality we should. It happend in our football facilities, this man was a coach for us for 20 years and during his tenure he was molesting little boys on his free time. And the worst thing about it is that Joe Paterno and our university new about it for 10 years and said not one word about it! It was disgraceful IMO
Ok, I understand you are 13 years old (at least you were when you last PMed me asking for VIP info when you didnt have VIP), but please consider just not posting if you are that clueless.
I will entertain people who know what they are talking about, but you are pretty far off-base and sound like someone who just watched ESPN and hasnt actually read or researched anything on this subject.
I would expect more out of a supposed PSU fan.
What did I do wrong as a PSU fan? I just have an opinion on somthing. Granted I don't know a lot about the OSU case. But from what I have heard it's minor to the things that happend in our facilities
This post was edited by PSUgo15 16 months ago
What McQueary admittedly "heard" but did not "see" in our "facilities" were charges that were acquitted by the Bellefonte jury.
What you need to know is that while 2 or 3 accusers of Sandusky indicated shower incidents or our "facilities" none elicited true "sexual" conduct, except the 2008 victim who indicated Sanduky's private parts may have touched him but no sexual offense in the PSU "facilities"
All "victims" were 2nd-Mile kids. All witnesses against JS in his trial were depicted in his Biography: "Touched".
All alleged sexual offenses (with the exception of a couple of showers in Lasch) occurred either at 2nd mile facilities, the kids school district facilities or in the basement of the Sandusky home.
So to further your education lad, consider the evidence and NOT the ESPN mass-media narrative. In other words get your facts straight son, before you open your mouth and sound like a fool!
This post was edited by psufankc63 16 months ago
October 12, 2013. PSU 43 - UM 40 (4 OT). Unfortunately this fan wasn't around long enough to see it!
He was still a coach for Penn State who was a child molester. And even when our program had knowledge of his actions they did nothing to stop him from coming to our facilities. Question, are you saying that now offenses happend at Lasch? If so this is a much better situation. But none the less allegations should have been expected. Also wasn't second mile a program ran by Paterno and the football program
I can also help to further his education Kirk. The correct grammer in the english language would be to use the words seen and knew not scene and new
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by PittNit 99 16 months ago
Are you being serious? Please tell me you are joking with these comments.
This post was edited by Bedford2108 16 months ago
Don't feed the troll.
This is supposed to be funny, right?
I'd been leaning towards unfollowing him on Twitter for a long time, this just made the decision easy.
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