Posts Tagged ‘ Ohio State ’

Cain was on the Campus of my Alma Mater and it made me Sad

December 1, 2011
By
Cain

Herman Cain spoke at my university, The Ohio State University and it made me sad. If there ever was a train wreck of a presidential candidacy it was his. Well, that’s not entirely true. I forgot about Trump, Bachmann, Santorum, Huntsman, Perry, and Pawlenty. Obama, despite whatever flaws you may think he has, wins...

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It was Time for Tressel to Leave

June 1, 2011
By
Jim Tressel

This is a post I didn’t want to write. However, Ohio State Football Coach Jim Tressel has broken the rules and he has paid for it with his job. When you’re asked to resign it means you were fired. I liked Tressel. He seemed to be as advertised. Trustworthy, loyal, courteous, kind, brave, clean,...

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Tressel Out Meyer In, Beano and Bianchi Know ……. Nothing!

April 23, 2011
By
urban-tressel

John Taylor has an excellent post at College Football Talk on NBC Sports. He reminds us that back in March, the Orlando Sentinel’s Mike Bianchi predicted Jim Tressel would be out as Ohio State’s coach and Urban Meyer would take over. First of all, who the hell is Mike Bianchi. It turns out he...

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Hooley Taken Off The Fan for Ripping Tressel

March 25, 2011
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Hooley Taken Off The Fan for Ripping Tressel

Bruce Hooley, host of The Big Show, The Fan’s afternoon call-in show on the flagship station of the Buckeyes has been taken off the air after two days of comments critical of OSU coach Jim Tressel. The coach failed to tell his superiors he had been contacted by a local lawyer who said five...

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The Madrigal Maniac

A Central Ohio Social Worker striving to bring justice to the City of Columbus and the State of Ohio through respectful conversation.

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  • No indictment for officer who killed fleeing suspect
    A Franklin County grand jury has decided not to indict a Columbus police officer who shot a 33-year-old man after he tried to escape in his car in a Hilltop alley, Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien said today. […]
  • Election law referendum to appear on 2012 ballot
    A referendum seeking to overturn Republican-backed election law changes was certified this afternoon for the fall 2012 ballot by Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted. […]
  • Worthington wants to buy house connected to shooting of teen after prank
    The home has a long and troubled history, from an owner who let it fall into disrepair to its spooky reputation that led to the shooting of a local teenager. […]
  • East Side shooting leaves man dead
    A 27-year-old man was shot to death on the city’s East Side early yesterday. Police found David K. Burkes Jr. inside 1703 Elaine Rd. with a gunshot wound in the chest shortly before 2:30 a.m., according a police news release. […]
  • Man’s hopes dashed for new cancer treatment
    Jonathan Hardy got married last week. The 34-year-old Honda worker from Bellefontaine had planned to propose to Bridgett next year, but there was a compelling reason to hurry things along. Yesterday, doctors at the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital planned to inject a heated chemotherapy drug into his liver to kill off cancer cells and extend his life. The tre […]

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