And all it cost Ohio State was a NCAA secondary recruiting violation.
Filed under Recruiting, Tim Tebow: Rock Star, Urban Meyer Points and Stares
Urban is a dick but if the story is true as it was reported than that’s pretty ridiculous to be a violation.
All Corch had to do was not mention who was there.
I suspect he knew exactly what he was doing and what the repercussions would be.
And I wouldn’t be surprised if Corch didn’t know the rule, but made up a bullshit explanation so he didn’t have to show any ignorance.
“[A] reflexive, courteous action.” Urban Frank Meyer, III wouldn’t know how to offer a true courtesy if his life depended on it.
Just like Lane and all those violations of the minor variety he repeatedly committed at Tennessee.
This is ridiculous .
Coach Richt planned on having Stafford over for a similar dinner/recruiting call, but it turned out Stafford was busy starting for an NFL team.
Yeah, like anything Corch does is ever unintentional.
I stand corrected.
Still life – Irwin eats a Papa Johns
Ad running next to link: Tebow’s T-Mobile “Contracts are overrated” ad. Priceless.
Beat me to it. Definitely good for a giggle or two.
Further sanctions require the artist formerly known as GPOOE®™© ℠ to surrender his izmel, circumstraint and any and all Gomco clamping devices together with accompanying durable medical equipment to Mike Bianchi for a period of no less than 30 days after which time Bianchi shall return all devices and instruments sterilized and in good cutting condition less reasonable wear and tear for any usage by Bianchi during said 30 day time period.
I love where it said Corch was “adamant” – has ever NOT been adamant, about anything?
After lunch, corch took Tebow out to work on his looping throwing motion and taking snaps under-center to ensure Tebow would have a long and prosperous NFL career.
“I just think that Tim Tebow trying to throw a forward pass looks like a moose trying to fuck a washing machine.” Matt Taibbi Rolling Stone December 22, 2011
“In the mind of Urban Meyer, this will always remain a moment of politeness.”
The news of that event caused an undoubted lawyer face palm somewhere in the bowels of OSU bureaucracy.
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