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Its all becoming clear!

Discussion in 'ESPN's 04-05 war against tOSU and Tressel' started by kn1f3party, Nov 12, 2004.

  1. kn1f3party

    kn1f3party Junior

    *EDIT*Sorry, I didn't realize this was already posted--disregard unless you're interested in all the pointless effort I put into it.*EDIT*

    A long time ago, I had subscribed to ESPN Insider. With that subscription, I was given a year free of ESPN the Magazine. I just received it in the mail and I think things are clearing up.

    Some interesting words:

    LMAO at that last one. "Thanks Mo, Jimmy doesn't have friends to play Sonic the Hedgehog with and we know you have the mind of an elementary kid."

    Apparently Ohio is the new Mason-Dixon line:

    How is that Tressel's fault? It is written in such a way that he is placing blame on Tressel for what the NFL GMs KNOW about him.

    Maybe you shouldn't have been such a fatass at the combine.

    You have to earn that you piece of shit.

    Hey asshole, take your head out of your ass for a second so you can figure out that most schools wouldn't appreciate a player netting 17 infractions during an NCAA investigation. Did it ever occur to you that Maurice Clarett might be an unethical, lazy pile of shit that isn't worth your time in the draft?

    On being asked by the NCAA about "where he got his cash, cars and trickets:"

    LMAO, the NCAA took his word on him "magically" receiving alleged (I say alleged because there is no proof that these benefits even existed let alone the NCAA investigated them) benefits.

    Andy Geiger, the voice of reason:

    ROFL, the coaching staff let an eighteen year old punk tell them that shit! Its getting deep.

    On cushy jobs:

    How does this help his cause? It only underlines the fact he has no work ethic and no integrity. What a pile of dog shit.

    Would this have been around the same time you called OSU liars at the Fiesta Bowl and had an article in ESPN stating you were challenging the NFL rules? Is it conceivable that your friends just couldn't stand you anymore, that clubs don't think you're that cool, and that some women would rather have a man with brains and integrity? Are these in the realm of possibilities?

    Together, they came up with an estimate of $10,150 stolen from his car. WTF, did this not scream bullshit from the beginning? Why would he lie about this? If he had all the money in the world, why commit fraud?

    Well then, who the fuck's was it? He never filed a claim because the police were already investigating and he would have surely been nabbed on insurance fraud.

    Maybe you shouldn't hire an ambulance chaser for an NCAA investigation... just a thought. I'm sure you know what the yellow pages are.

    So here we have Clarett, suspended for a season because of lying during an NCAA investigation and taking benefits. Look it up, he was suspended for taking benefits as well. So, is Friend suggesting the AD did nothing about these lies?

    LOL, I can't get over the NCAA letting it rest on "magically." Am I wrong, or do you not have to pay off a credit card in one installment? Instead of being a jackass, why don't you tell the NCAA that you had a legit job you chose to ditch? I don't know who the bigger dumbass is, Clarett or Friend for believing him.

    Grow up, the AD may not have liked you after that comment but nobody was out to get you. Friend makes him seem so innocent and victimized.

    Another post alluded to this, and seems correct in its assumption:

    I was surprised to see Sammy Maldonado with his own article, but I haven't read it yet. I will, and I'll get back to you guys.
     
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2004
  2. ohiobuck94

    ohiobuck94 Buckeye Beach Bum

    He's hoping to play in the East West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl this January, his first games in two years, and he also hopes to show off his reinvented body at the NFL combine in February. At last year's combine, his body fat was a flabby 16%, but this time he plans to pare it down to under 5%.

    He's not a senior. How does he expect to play in the Senior Bowl? Oh, I forgot, he's Maurice Clarett. He should get whatever he wants without working for it. :2004:
     
  3. Saw31

    Saw31 High Seas Rogue

    Wooh! I think I'm "magically" getting a headache from all this bs.
     
  4. Kn1f3Party: That's one helluva post...one to keep to reference. Thanks.

    And one if appropriately folded would be suitable for sticking up Friend's anal sphincter.
     
  5. aglickman

    aglickman Hewlett Harbor Buck

    If he does play in these All Star Games - he better not wear an tOSU helmet or jersey - I don't want to see ant tOSU stickers on other people'e helmets either - have fun getting your ass kicked - you will be the first NFL player to declare bankrupcy after you get your signing bonus - now that I can't wait for
     

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