Cardale Jones, Ohio State's 3rd string QB, made some waves with his tweet about how pointless classes are to "Student Athletes".
In case you missed it somehow, he tweeted the following:
"Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL classes are POINTLESS"
I know.... brilliant, right?
Well, here's some more interesting news about this little episode...
Ohio State baseball player, Pat Porter tweeted out last night that Cardale Jones is actually on the Dean's List at Ohio State.
That's right... the person who can barely construct a literate tweet is on the Dean's List...
In fairness, I haven't confirmed that he is actually on the Dean's List, but I'm just passing on what other Ohio State student athletes are saying....
An Ohio State Newspaper, "The Lantern" has gotten involved in the Presidential election running an Anti-Romney ad.
The ad tries to persuade Buckeye voters that a vote for Romney is a vote for Michigan....
Will it work?
Former Penn State assistant football coach, Mike McQueary, has filed a Whistleblower lawsuit against his former employer according to several reports.
McQueary is best known for his disturbing testimony where he admitted to seeing Jerry Sandusky engage in illicit acts with minors in the Penn State shower room. McQueary claims that comments made by the University have harmed his reputation.
He also claims the University has caused him distress, anxiety, humiliation and embarrassment and he seeks millions of dollars in damages.
From the Associated Press:
"Spanier's statements have irreparably harmed (McQueary's) reputation for honesty and integrity, and have irreparably harmed (his) ability to earn a living, especially in his chosen profession of coaching football," the lawsuit said.
Regardless of how this lawsuits ends up, this is just yet another bout of bad publicity for Penn State. It appears it will be years before they can move past this horrific scandal.