Jim Harbaugh allegedly told recruit ‘I don’t give a sh-t about your grades’

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh might hate everything Ohio State, but he and former Buckeyes quarterback Cardale Jones can agree on one thing: classes are pointless.According to Florida quarterback signee Jake Allen, Harbaugh really didn’t want to talk about his grades at one point, and it turned Allen off to the program.From SEC Country:“I was at a Michigan camp and talking with...
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Cardale Jones back at Ohio State to finish his degree

The man who once infamously tweeted about the pointlessness of classes while on a football scholarship is back at school to finish up some of those classes.Former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones was on campus Wednesday, and he told Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch he was in town for a very specific reason.“I’m here finishing up school,” Jones said. “I’ve got two classes...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 04, 2017  |  Discuss

TailGreater: Your Fiesta Bowl travel guide

We've already covered one of the two semi-final matchups for the College Football Playoff. If you're heading down south to Atlanta, you should be all set, right? The only thing left is to give some guidance to OSU and Clemson fans that will be heading down to Glendale for the Fiesta Bowl. Oh, and don't worry, Buckeyes fans. I may be a bitter Northwestern fan that hates your guts...
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December 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Cardale Jones takes shot at NCAA while answering fan mail

Now that Cardale Jones is no longer bound by the rules of the NCAA, he’s enjoying being able to do something he was not allowed to while at Ohio State. Receiving fan mail is certainly not a new thing for Cardale Jones. Being able to reply with an autograph is. The NCAA, of course, frowns upon such a thing. However, as a professional, he’s free to sign his name for others as...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Ohio State sets NFL Draft record; rundown of where every player ended up

The NFL Draft has wrapped, and Ohio State is the big winner from the college ranks. An astounding 12 Buckeyes were selected by teams, including five in the first round. In case you haven’t been following along, here is where every Buckeye wound up. 12 Buckeyes off to new places in this record-setting draft. Congrats guys and best of luck! #NFLDraft2016 #GoBucks
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April 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Meyer: NFL team will have to be patient with Cardale Jones

College football coaches usually gush about their players’ chances at the next level. This isn’t the case, however, when it comes to Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer and quarterback Cardale Jones. In fact, one might be inclined to wonder if Meyer truly believes Jones has what it takes to make it in the NFL after reading a few comments, via’s Maria Ridenour, in...
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April 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Cardale Jones unloads on NCAA in Twitter rant

Former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones is off to the NFL, meaning he no longer has to abide by the rules and regulations set forth by the NCAA. It turns out he’s pretty excited about that. Jones took to Twitter Monday morning to tee off on the NCAA. He says that the organization does “any and everything” it can to exploit college athletes. We can assure you that he isn’t...
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April 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Cardale Jones reunites with former Ohio State OC Tom Herman

Two of the most integral parts of Ohio State’s 2014 national championship team are reunited in Texas.  Former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones was in Houston Thursday night, visiting former Ohio State offensive coordinator Tom Herman’s Cougars’ program.  Herman was the quarterbacks’ coach when the third-string Jones helped lead the Buckeyes to a national title two...
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April 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Cardale Jones confirms he’ll declare for 2016 NFL draft

Despite it being a year too late, Ohio State Buckeyes backup quarterback Cardale Jones is headed for the NFL draft. According to Dave Briggs of the Toledo Blade, Jones said he doesn’t want to be a 24-year-old college student but would rather sit for another season than transfer anywhere else. Cardale Jones reaffirms he is headed to NFL, not transferring. "My loyalty and my...
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December 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Cardale Jones indicates on Twitter he is leaving Ohio State

Cardale Jones has one more season of eligibility as a college football player, but it doesn’t look like he’ll be using it.  The Ohio State redshirt junior quarterback posted the following on Twitter after the Buckeyes’ loss to Michigan State Saturday.  Jones, 23, is likely headed to the NFL.  Last time walking down them steps and into The Shoe, wish the results were...
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November 21, 2015  |  Discuss

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