Urban Meyer Revokes Scholarships Of Arrested Players

Urban Meyer is a smart man. After taking a beating from pundits for years who felt he didn’t disciplined his constantly arrested Florida gator players enough, Meyer has adopted a new approach at Ohio State. According to Adam Rittenberg of ESPN.com, Meyer has revoked the scholarships of tight end Jake Stoneburner and offensive tackle Jack

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Temple LB Praise Martin-Oguike Charged With Rape

With any charge as horrific as rape it is extremely important to tread lightly before heaping a claim of guilt or innocence on the accused. That being said it is sports news and must be reported. According to Philly.com, eighteen-year-old freshman linebacker Praise Martin-Oguike is facing rape and other charges stemming from a May 26,

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Ohio State Suspends Two Starters

The Urban Meyer era is officially underway in Columbus. Meyer who saw numerous players arrested while the head coach at The University of Florida, will deal with his first arrest as the coach of Ohio State. According to espn.com, senior tight end Jake Stoneburner, and junior offensive tackle Jake Mewhort have been suspended after being

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Michigan Recruit Burns Letter From Ohio State

  Everyone knows the Ohio State/Michigan rivalry is top 5 in all of sports.   It just got ratcheted up a bit. our friends over at network.yardbarker.com posted the story first. University of Michigan football commit Logan Tuley-Tillman can still be pursued by other big time programs until he officially signs his letter of intent. That list

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Dallas Should Take A Run At Barron!

The Dallas Cowboys have several pressing needs to address in the 2012 NFL Draft.  defensive back, linebacker, offensive line, and defensive line to name a few.  Even with the addition of Cornerback Brandon Carr and Safety Brodney Pool, the Cowboys objective with their first round pick should be to add a certain Alabama Strong Safety.

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Vontaze Burfict Needs A Therapist

Vontaze Burfict’s career can be saved ladies and gentlemen!  He just needs a therapist.   Nothing speaks more volume to that statement than a play from this past season.  Leading Andrew Luck and Stanford with six minutes to play in the fourth quarter, Burfict after just having committed a bone headed personal foul refused to

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