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 11 years ago '05        #161
dipset kid0221 1 heat pts
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 cashrules93 said:
how much yall wanna bet this got somethin to do with the brawl? i dont know if he f!ghtin or what but i aint goin out on a limb by sayin this either. if that brawl happened at a little league or inner city high school game u can bet your last dollar somebody didnt like what happened and called their cousin

write it down
i was thinking the same thing. it might have been someone from FIU or a relative of someone on the team since the schools are so close. they might have been there and recognized him as a UM player and maybe shot him... i dont know. just a thought.
 11-08-2006, 01:37 AM         #162
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^^^thats all we got right now is "just a thought". more facts will come out
 11 years ago '04        #163
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"THE U" NEEDS TO GET THE sh*t TOGETHER


man right now not only are y'all playing sh*tty football but your program as a whole is trash.

maybe this will be a wake up call,play football stay off dem streets.
 11 years ago '04        #164
Obese82 6 heat pts
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R.I.P. God Bless Him and His Family
 11 years ago '04        #165
Javon23 265 heat pts265
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 Unkleluc said:
The man was at his apartment complex wit his gurl.....What he posta sleep on da field ..
nope but you still gotta have a tight grip on your players
mentor them what to and what not to do
mentor them on how not to put yourself in situations like this
 11-08-2006, 10:11 AM         #166
P DEDOS 954 
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 Javon23 said:
nope but you still gotta have a tight grip on your players
mentor them what to and what not to do
mentor them on how not to put yourself in situations like this
how the fu*k can u save yourself from a person that knows where u live and post up and blast you when your coming home ??

stfu javon you dont know the whole story and u shouldnt be questioning what happened till you find facts man... let the man rest for now
 11-08-2006, 10:18 AM         #167
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 Bang 0n Em said:
thats what he gets for snitching


them v tech bloods got em!



sawooooooop!
 11 years ago '04        #168
KillaKell_01 1 heat pts
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wow....r.i.p.

anyone know why yet?
 11-08-2006, 10:30 AM         #169
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 Bang 0n Em said:
so im guessing he wont make the roster next season?
R.I.P. Ninety-Five... he was gonna have a great NFL career...


I SWEAR TO GOD YOU MAKE ME SICK :finger: :finger:

fu*k YA LYFE, KIDDO :finger: :finger: :finger:

DIE SLOW, n*gga :finger: :finger: :finger:
 11 years ago '04        #170
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 madness said:
that's pretty good...my turn to play

COLUMBUS (AP) -- Players and coaches who have had legal or disciplinary problems during Jim Tressel's tenure as Ohio State's head coach (does not include common traffic offenses):

May 21, 2005--Defensive lineman Tim Schafer is charged with disorderly conduct after police twice had to break up early-morning f!ghts between him and another man. The 6-foot-5, 295-pound Schafer, who started five games as an offensive lineman last season, and the 5-8, 200-pound other man were both bloody, had bite marks and smelled of alcohol.

May 18, 2005--Redshirt freshman running back Erik Haw was cited after a university police officer said he saw him smoking a marijuana cigarette while standing outside a dormitory. Haw, expected to compete for the starting tailback job, faces a court appearance on Friday in Franklin County Municipal Court. Ohio State officials said he would enter a drug education program and undergo frequent testing.

May 11, 2005--Kicker Jonathan Skeete is charged with marijuana trafficking. Skeete, who was not expected to play for the Buckeyes, was suspended from the team. He was bound over to a grand jury and was later released from jail on $10,000 bond.

Feb. 16, 2005--Offensive coordinator Jim Bollman is reprimanded by Ohio State for trying to arrange for a car and a loan for a recruit and for getting him a tutor. Tressel also received a letter of admonishment because he is Bollman's supervisor. Ohio State determined that helping the recruit get a tutor for a college entrance exam in 2002 was a secondary NCAA violation. Tressel and his staff were given a reprimand in 2001 for providing a jersey to a prospect.

Dec. 20, 2004--Ohio State suspends starting quarterback Troy Smith from the Alamo Bowl for accepting around $500 from team booster Robert Q. Baker. After a lengthy NCAA investigation, Smith also is forced to make restitution to a charity and sit out the team's 2005 season opener against Miami (Ohio).

Oct. 22, 2004--The all-nud3 strip club Pure Platinum files a complaint against Ohio State tailback Lydell Ross for passing fake in-house currency at the suburban club a few hours after the team lost its third game in a row the previous Saturday at Iowa. No charges are filed, but Ross is suspended from the team for the Indiana game and is dropped on the depth chart behind freshman Tony Pittman.

May 1, 2004--Sophomore backups Louis Irizarry and Ira Guilford are arrested and charged with robbery after a student is a.ssaulted and his wallet is stolen at 3 a.m. They are held in Franklin County jail through the weekend. Both plead innocent to the robbery charge, with Guilford released after paying a $25,000 bond. Irizarry is held pending a hearing to determine if he had violated his probation from an earlier a.ssault conviction. He later pleads guilty and is given a three-year prison sentence. Guilford is sentenced to two years probation for his role in the robbery, punching the student before Irizarry took the wallet.

Nov. 16, 2003--At 3 a.m. after a win over Purdue and six days before the Michigan game, wide receiver Santonio Holmes and quarterback Troy Smith are charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct after a f!ght in a parking lot on campus. A window in a car is kicked out and one woman reported her jaw was broken. At least one other prominent Buckeye is at the scene, but is not charged. Holmes is held out of the starting lineup at Michigan but returns to play most of the game. Holmes also started in the Buckeyes' Fiesta Bowl game. He pleads innocent to the disorderly conduct after the team returns to Columbus. The disorderly conduct charge is dismissed against Holmes on March 30, 2004. Smith is found guilty of the charge.

Oct. 27, 2003--Irizarry is charged with three counts of first-degree misdemeanor a.ssault after three people sustain minor injuries during a f!ght in a Park Hall dorm room. Irizarry is suspended two days later. He is found guilty of one charge each of a.ssault, negligent a.ssault and disorderly conduct and pays $404 court costs and is put on probation. He is later reinstated to the team and is listed as the second-team tight end on the 2004 spring depth chart before he is suspended indefinitely after the May 1, 2004, arrest.

April 2003--Running back Maurice Clarett reports that a car he has borrowed from a local used-car dealer was broken into and thousands of dollars in cash, CDs, stereo equipment and clothing was stolen. The car was in the parking lot at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center and Clarett calls police from a telephone in Tressel's office. Clarett was later charged with lying to police about the value of the stolen items and is charged with misdemeanor falsification of the police report on the theft. Clarett pleads guilty on Jan. 14, 2004, to the reduced charge of failure to aid a law enforcement officer. He is ordered to pay the maximum fine of $100 and serves no jail time.

Oct. 13, 2002--Linebacker Fred Pagac Jr. is charged with persistent disorderly conduct. Pagac was arrested at 3:45 a.m. after police said he was intoxicated and had a role in a f!ght involving two women outside a campus-area bar about 12 hours after the Buckeyes' homecoming victory over San Jose State. The police report said an officer told Pagac to stop but he continued to f!ght. Pagac was suspended for the team's next game at Wisconsin. Pagac pleaded innocent. In December, before the team's national championship game against Miami in the Fiesta Bowl, Pagac was acquitted in a jury trial.

Aug. 17, 2002--Defensive lineman Quinn Pitcock is charged with underage drinking in his hometown of Piqua. He is suspended from the team for the three weeks of preseason workouts, then worked out with the team and is not held out of any games.

Aug. 24, 2002--Flanker Chris Vance, the Buckeyes' second-leading receiver from 2001, is suspended from the team before the season opener for what Tressel called a violation of team policy. Vance was with the team on the sidelines but did not play against Texas Tech.

July 29, 2002--Wide receiver Angelo Chattams is investigated for the alleged theft of a set of golf clubs from a sport utility vehicle in West Carrollton. Prosecutors approve but do not file a theft charge, permitting Chattams to enroll in a program for nonviolent, first-time offenders and avoid a charge.

July 26, 2002--Police find Branden Joe, a sophomore fullback, asleep in a car on a highway ramp near campus. The police report says he refused to take a Breathalyzer test. He was suspended for the three weeks of preseason camp and the team's season opener against Texas Tech, then returns to the team although his playing time is limited by injuries.

April 27, 2002--Linebacker Marco Cooper is arrested hours after the Buckeyes' annual intrasquad scrimmage and charged with felony drug abuse and carrying a concealed weapon in his sports-utility vehicle. Cooper pleads guilty to two charges in November and is put on probation.

March 2, 2002--Tight end Redgie Arden is arrested on a charge of drunken driving in his hometown of Ironton. The redshirt freshman is found guilty and is sentenced to three days in jail and fined. Suspended indefinitely from the team, he does not participate in summer workouts before the 2002 season but is reinstated before the start of the 2002 season and played in 11 games.

Nov. 15, 2001--Quarterback Steve Bellisari is arrested two days before the Illinois game for drunken driving. Tressel suspends the Buckeyes' three-year starter indefinitely and then reinstates him to the team three days later. A senior, he practiced with the team for the Michigan game but did not play, then came off the bench to play most of the team's Outback Bowl loss to South Carolina. He later served a weekend in jail.

March 21, 2001--Cornerback Derek Ross is arrested on charges of driving without a license and providing false information to police, giving an incorrect name when pulled over for speeding. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail. He is suspended from Ohio State's 2001 spring practices, then played most of the 2001 season, leading the Big Ten in interceptions and earning second-team all-conference honors. Left team to make himself available for the NFL draft a year early.

Jan. 18, 2001--Tressel is hired.
KNOCKOUT
 11-08-2006, 10:34 AM         #171
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^^^^ Ahahahahahahahahahahhahahaha Owned
 11 years ago '04        #172
C.R.I.P. 3 heat pts OP
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Javon, what do you have to say about that...
 11-08-2006, 10:36 AM         #173
P DEDOS 954 
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bhahahhaahahaahahah

awwww man javon your response ?

* waits for are u mad *



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 11-08-2006, 10:52 AM         #174
Nerd_Rich 
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Thoughts and prayers go out to his family......
 11 years ago '04        #175
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r.i.p to dude. what the fu*k is going on in miami? has any news came out about what happened?

my prayers go out to his family
 11 years ago '04        #176
Javon23 265 heat pts265
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lol at you thinking that owned me
yes OSU had their share of problems but they cleaned up the program and weathered the storm and now whos the #1 team in the nation producing another Heisman player?

and who is rock bottom right now??????????????????????????????
 11 years ago '04        #177
Javon23 265 heat pts265
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yu maaad Peedo
The "U" = remote FIU Campus
bunch of thugs
 11 years ago '04        #178
UknowWhatItIs 
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R.i.p.
 11 years ago '06        #179
JUICEbox 
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i guess we will never know how good he was gonna be know
 11 years ago '04        #180
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In wake of murder, ’Canes should skip bowl
Don't cancel season, but Shalala needs thorough review of football program


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OPINION
By Mike Celizic
MSNBC contributor
Updated: 29 minutes ago


Mike Celizic
Some free advice for University of Miami president Donna Shalala: This time, look at the tapes.

And while she’s looking, Shalala should declare a moratorium on postseason football this season at the very minimum. This is not a team that should be thinking about bowl games. It is a team that should be thinking about what’s important.

Things like life itself.

That shouldn’t be hard in the wake of the shooting death of defensive end Bryan Pata on Tuesday. Few details are known about why he was murdered or whether the tragedy is in any way related to any of the other troubles to befall the Hurricanes’ football program this year. Nor is there anything to link it to the historic image of Miami football as a haven for thugs, the tickets of admission to which are arrogance and attitude.

It's too bad that's even considered, because by all accounts, Pata was a popular player on campus who was murdered at his apartment. He's described as a great kid, a "guidance counselor" to other players on the football team. He's no thug.

But there is no question that the institution needs to take a very long, very hard look at where it came from, where it is and where it hopes to go.

Last summer, safety Willie Cooper was shot in the buttocks while standing in his yard. His teammate, Brandon Meriweather, fetched his own gun and returned fire. Outside of Miami, that barely drew any notice. Fans were too busy screaming for coach Larry Coker to be fired to worry about a back-up defensive back.

Then, during the season, the ugly and inexcusable brawl against Florida International on Oct. 14 was dismissed with little more than a “boys will be boys” by Shalala. Lamar Thomas, a former player and analyst on local broadcasts, did get fired for his on-air comments in support of back-alley beatings, but Shalala didn’t see Thomas’ attitude as one endemic to the program. But, then, she didn’t look.

She can’t let Pata’s murder pass with the same non-reaction.

A lot of sports fans might be surprised to know that Miami is an exclusive and excellent private school with tuition to match. The reaction is predictable when the school’s most visible program — the football team — carries such a negative image.
And so, unfortunately, Pata's murder will be lumped in with these other incidents, because the school's football program already has a negative image. If it happened at Ohio State, we’d be shocked. But at Miami, a lot of people will say it’s not even a surprise: When you recruit thugs, such things happen.

This is what Shalala said after the brawl with FIU:

“I believe that the young men we have recruited for our football team are young men of great character. But they did a very bad thing. This university will be firm and punish people who do bad things. But we will not throw any student under the bus for instant restoration of our image or our reputation. I will not hang them in a public square. I will not eliminate their participation at the university. I will not take away their scholarships. It’s time for the feeding frenzy to stop. These young men made a stupid, terrible, horrible mistake and they are being punished.”

halala infamously confessed to not even viewing the tapes of the incident. That was beneath her dignity and not worth her time. Instead, she let others watch and report back. When they did, she suspended 11 players for one game — against Duke. Two others were suspended indefinitely. This for one of the worst scenes major college football has ever witnessed.

Miami apologists told us that we shouldn’t hold the sins of past Miami teams against the current players. These are different guys and different times.

Maybe they are, but there’s no way to say that with certainty. And there won’t be a way until Shalala orders a complete review of the football program, including asking why it exists at all.

If Pata’s death is to mean anything, it is up to Shalala to make it so. No one else has the power to do so. No one else has more incentive.

The picture presented by Miami football is not worthy of a university, with or without pretensions. The president can say that the image isn’t deserved, but you don’t get to be known as thug school without doing something to earn it. And you don’t get rid of that image simply by telling people not to think that way.

Shalala herself can’t possibly know how the image grew and why it continues to hang over the team and the campus like a toxic cloud. If she did, she’d have done something about it. But to do that, she has to take it seriously. Her inaction after the FIU embarrassment proved she doesn’t.

She should now. She needs to know about the culture surrounding Florida high school football, a culture that too often includes gangs and violence and turf and guns. She needs to learn why that is allowed to happen and why her university doesn’t do more to change it. She needs to grasp that some of her players keep guns and aren’t shy about using them.

She needs to ask what this team is doing to advance the ambitious academic goals of a great school.

She shouldn’t cancel the season. That’s unfair to the sport and the opponents. But she should refuse to allow this team to go to a bowl game. It hasn’t earned the right to celebrate.

And before Coker — or his successor — signs another recruit, Shalala should demand to know: How is this young man going to represent our school?
Mike Celizic writes regularly for MSNBC.com and is a freelance writer based in New York.

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