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Former Ohio State Player Reveals Threat Urban Meyer Made
© Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports
On Saturday, former Ohio State football player Marcus Williamson revealed that he had retired from the game. Williamson was one of several Ohio State scholarship players to not make the trip to Pasadena for the Rose Bowl against Utah. On Saturday, he revealed a threat Meyer made against him early on in his career with the Buckeyes...
(The Spun)
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Marcus Williamson is a dumbass.
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I applaud CUM for saying this to his player.
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O$U is VERY corrupt...it's only a matter of time until they go down!
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My dad told me almost the exact same thing. I never smoked.
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Consequences have repercussions Marcus. You were likely put on a pedestal your whole life and never had to play by the rules due to your talent. Epitomy of privilege.
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You sound like an Urban apologist.
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@TexanTiger68 Na, he's a nut job, however; I don't think that statement is out of line or warrants a headline
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I see no problem with what Urban said.
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Good for Urban!
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Big deal. What a pussy.
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Williamson is butt hurt and throwing shade in his way out.
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What’s the prbloblem?
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Good advice...stat that.
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Why is it that every article shared on the rant from "The Spun" doesn't show? I can see the write-up leading up to the image or quote from the spun except where the image should be or the quote should be all I see is "(The Spun)". What is the deal?
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None of these show up on mobile for me, only on computer
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Either your web browser and any extensions you may have installed are blocking embedded tweets. I use Brave as my PC Browser. I checked the social media settings in my browser and everything was on except LinkedIn embedded posts LINK I checked my extensions and I found out DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials was blocking embedded tweets by default so I turned the option on to allow embedded tweets LINK . I haven't had a problem since then.
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@10MTNTiger: Which browser do you use for mobile? If it's Firefox Focus, tap the Settings icon on the top-right of the browser then tap Tracking Privacy. There is a slider to turn off Social LINK . Once I did that, the tweets displayed on the articles.
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these kids coming into a big name college program need to be shown their place since they're basically getting everything catered to them during recruitment
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Well...he sure showed HIM!
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At least he didn’t check his oil.
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Sounds like solid advice!!!!
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NOT a fan of Urban Meyer......Not knowing the environment this kid came from....well does it matter. The father figure/coach needs to get their attention at 17. Good job coach....!
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My dad would tell me he would beat my ass. Cum is a dickhead but maybe it was some dad advice out of concern
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Who cares?
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