Found September 24, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
PLAYERS: Greg Oden

No, this isn’t a re-post from last week. Greg Oden went back to Little Bar in Columbus and, as one tweeter so eloquently put it, got “frat boy wasted.” With each passing week Oden seems to spiraling towards a dark, sad life of alcoholism and irrelevance. As he did last weekend, he went on another all-day bender on Saturday. Oden was first seen partying at a tailgate before the Buckeyes took on UAB. After the win, he hit up Little Bar where the shenanigans didn’t stop. He left a $1 tip!

We’ll remind you again that Oden was enrolled at OSU over the summer. We can’t confirm or deny if he is taking classes in the Fall semester, but it’s clear he is spending some quality time bettering the Columbus community. Check out the full photo rundown of Greg’s second consecutive Saturday bender.

Aside from leaving a $1 tip, the other highlight of the day is that it appears Oden went milf hunting. Check out photo #2!

12:04 p.m. – @BrOhioGate

12:14 p.m. – @MollyHurley

3:24 p.m. – @TheRealMagoon

4:59 p.m. – @jedzkowski

5:24 p.m. – @HarveyOwen

6:04 p.m. – @KremTrain

9:26 p.m. – @Jdanchek

Looks like Oden called it an early night. No photos were posted after 9:26 p.m. Topping his mess of a day of, @laurenxxbaker tweeted out the following photo and message:

Can’t tell if that’s a sarcastic tweet or not. One thing is for certain, though…Oden is a smart man. The paychecks have dried up and the guy is done with the showy stuff. No more $20 tips for a drink. The guys back to tipping $1 like us laymen.

Images via Topsy

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