“I didn’t feel that I’d seen high-integrity behavior.”

An Ohio State trustee resigns over the slap on the wrist Corch received.

He said he was the “lone voice” of dissent in advocating for a harsher punishment, but declined to specify what he proposed or to speak in great detail about the closed-door negotiations, saying he wanted to respect the confidential words of board members.

“Most people were concerned about whether it was a several-game suspension or not,” he said.

“To me,” he added, “there was something altogether wrong about reducing it to a couple of games.”

Sadly, not a bit of that is surprising.  At least there’s one decent human being in Columbus.


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18 responses to ““I didn’t feel that I’d seen high-integrity behavior.”

  1. ChiliDawg

    A story in the New York Times

    I told y’all this wouldn’t go away.


  2. I guess Mr. Wadsworth looks forward to being 37Fd next year at Ohio Stadium.


  3. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    At least there’s one decent human being in Columbus.
    There is more than one in Columbus, I’m sure, but I’m surprised they let one on the board.


  4. Derek

    They’re still trying to figure out how they let that guy in. Aren’t you supposed to be a lemming to get in the club? Where’s the fucking screening process?

    “There’s room at the top they are telling you still
    But first you must learn how to smile as you kill
    If you want to be like all the folks on the hill”

    John Lennon
    “Working Class Hero”


  5. Russ

    I finally got around to reading Mama Bruce’s FB rant. Man, there’s a whole lotta crazy in Columbus.


  6. GOOD for him. After reading all the rants from various folks(Mama Bruce) this was very refreshing.


  7. Hogbody Spradlin

    When you lie down with dogs, you get fleas.