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Just how mad is Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer that two Buckeye players, Jake Stoneburner and Jack Mewhort were arrested last weekend? Enough to invent a new place on the depth chart for them.
"Maize," of course, is one of the team colors of Ohio State's most hated rival, Michigan. Also, it can be the color of urine, which is what Stoneburner and Mewhort were producing in an alley when they were arrested. Whether or not the connection is intentional or just a coincidence is neither here nor there.
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The blonde haired guy is Ohio State offensive lineman Jack Mewhort. The guy in the middle is tight end Jake Stoneburner. These two were arrested last weekend for obstructing official business after they ran from cops who caught them taking a leak in public. Blah, blah, blah. What we’re here for is the jailhouse video where Mewhort is trying to figure out whether to tell Urban...
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