Found June 01, 2012 on
Throw The Flag:
We’ve been talking a lot about Logan Tuley-Tillman. He’s the Michigan recruit who burned a letter he received from Ohio State. Then a team mate told rival Ohio State fans that he would show them what a real death threat was and that they should bring a gun. Enter Harrison Watson, an Ohio State fan that issued a bounty on whatever player could sideline this recruit. He said he would pay 2,000 dollars to the University if it happened. Obviously, the tweet was soon deleted and he apologized.
To quote the movie Anchorman, “That really escalated quickly”.
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The fallout from what started as a symbolic gesture of allegiance by Logan Tuley-Tillman to the school for which he currently has every intention of playing football has gotten flat-out ugly. Since Tuley-Tillman shared with the world the burning effigy that was a flaming Ohio State letter, the Michigan commit and his family have been receiving death threats. And now, after Tuley...
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Jake Stoneburner, the in-house leader to start at tight end for the Ohio State Buckeye's finds himself in a wee bit of trouble the Saturday.
It seems the rising senior was arrested early Saturday in Shawnee Hills, Ohio and charged with obstruction.
According to reports by WBNS-TV and the Columbus Dispatch, it isn't clear exactly...
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