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"jim tressel" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"It's I'm basketball guy. Because it says, Ohio State basketball is like I'm a basketball guy. I don't even know. I don't even know we had a football team. I don't know what you're talking about. And then he says to me Tate, this, this, blew my mind, he goes, the reason, I know so much about Ohio State, and I get so frustrated with her Meyer is that I'm a Buckeye? I love the buckeyes but I hate urban Meyer and that's the shock and develop as it turns out, he is actually a buck. Failed loathing buck, but a self loathing, any booed me because I was wearing how state shirt when they mind blown, I don't know what to think anymore, but does he know that urban Meyer is not the head coach or reminder is is gone. Now I think you should drop that news on him because he doesn't. That paper has been printed is not gotten to him. So that, that is the update on that guy, we will we will fall. The story is going to explode when you tell them that start the coach and then he's gonna ask for your sweats. Move back. I thought he was going to have a strong take on the, the Zack's based domestic violence thing where he was like I don't like urban. I was like, oh, boy, here we go. And I thought he's going to go in on, you know, my, my problem was that. He just didn't report it. Whatever. And he's like, and then he just goes a different. Thing. Really gives a shit about any of that. See, there's that let's talk about college basketball turns out the whole time, Jim tressel. The big question surrounding college basketball is, is i-in Williamson going to return to Duke Tate. This is the New Orleans pelicans have won the NBA draft lottery. I don't know why laugh every time I hear that it's just funny. Google says, maybe man, Google says, I might return how did how did this become a thing. I was gonna say, let's give the full overview of what happened what happened. So what happened was ESPN is giving us the lottery. You know what I mean? We're getting the NBA lottery is presented. They get to the top four picks. And this is usually now when they take a commercial break, but they take the commercial break. So then we have Dick's Lakers, pelicans. And of course, verners grizzlies, those are the four team. So everyone in America in their mind. They don't know who the pelicans are the grizzlies are so they don't exist. All they've heard is there top two picks, and it's going to be the Lakers in the Knicks. And we're gonna we're gonna see who's going to get the number one and number two big. But we're. Regardless Zion is going to LA or New York. That's how they took it. And that's how America kind of just right? Everyone's already had that statement said last week going into lottery was that the Knicks fans were under the impression that they had a ninety six percent chance of Landon, the number one pick. Yeah. Even though it was like fourteen. So at this point, all they're saying themselves, just if we get number two at worse, we get John Moran. That's what they're saying. And so all of this has happened in America people were tweeting like what a win for Zion can't believe this..

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"jim tressel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"On his leader. He's often not a very good name any time. There's a confrontation, and when it gets heated anyone steps away and calls the Blix, no one steps back and calms down and caused the cost. It gets worse. You sitting you're telling the truth. I watching these games are candy ass. They don't do anything play. By for Christ sakes, win a game. Bad news. You're listening to a rail on the bench. Bell bender covers college football for the sporting news. And he was in Columbus today for all of the urban Meyer fallout. Let's talk to him. They'll take me into the presser today in Columbus. And how it played out? Yeah. It was a, you know, obviously bittersweet for Ohio State fans. I'm sure you lose urban Meyer who after seven years unprecedented. It's not unprecedented. Success? I can't say that. But high level success undefeated against Michigan all those things, and you know, all along I kinda thought I thought he would be coaching next year. But I also couch that with his help doesn't allow him to coach then he can't coach. And that's where we're at. And I am a little bit surprised that you know, Ryan day is the interim coach, but obviously he chose the acting coach. And and now the head coach, but he obviously showed them enough that. To make that. So it doesn't sound like you have a lot of faith in that higher for the near term. Like, you don't think he's going to do a good job there? Oh, I didn't say I think he he can do a good job there. He did do a good job in the interim. I just think it's interesting to me on some level that they didn't open up the search. And so obviously urban Meyer had has fingerprints on to replace. It would be you know, he said a very high standard, and it's never easy to follow the guy that does that. I do like Brian days, quiet confidence. I think you know, his offense of vision was a large part of why join Haskins was so successful. But there's a lot of challenges to Ohio State for first time coach not limited to Michigan big ten championships. And all those things buyer sell that I think not from putting words in your mouth. But from the standpoint of I don't believe he can follow in those footsteps and have anything, but a nightmare on your hands. I mean, I just it's almost like in my opinion trying to replace Bob Knight. Yeah. That's fair. But I guess to me, and I I've lived in Ohio most of my life. I moved away for a little bit. I grew up in this area the program. Well, I've always thought that. Bruce one games here. John Cooper won every game. But one here. Jim tressel with a lot of football games here and people thought when Luke tickle coach for the one year never happen again that they get buyer. So I think a coached in fall out of bed in the winning games here. It's winning those other four that separates the the good from the great and Columbus. I hope that makes sense absolutely Bill, dander sporting news. Now, when he started talking about his health, tell me that part of it went, well, I mean, he said that was the number one reason why this happened, and he said there were a multitude of factors not limited to the suspension. He said that was contributing factor. Although he he obviously didn't go rehash those events from the summer, and he I I put it I thought he left a little bit of wiggle room about will he ever coach again, even though he said, he's fairly certain that won't be the case arguments for that both ways, I suppose, some coaches say they're done, but. Scotty, we live in a world where less miles and Mack Brown are back on the sideline now. And I didn't think that would happen. Yeah. You're not kidding. Here's Carver high throwing his hat into the ring. I tell them who you like to get urban Meyer next. I think you'll be coaching at USC in two years. That's an interest. I mean, that's one of the, you know, there's I'll put it to you this way. I don't think he's going to go to the NFL if he were to come back, and there is a very exclusive list of schools that he would even entertain right? So US's of that bluest of the blue blood type school. There's a couple of others in there too. So. You know, I would never say never especially with coach is knowing egos how much money they can make their competitiveness. And you know, there are I think other than Daboh or Nick Sabin. There are others that do a better than him in at this job right now. There's no doubt that guy was a great coach with just an absolute rap sheet of nothing, but wins and success and really Utah. And then you look at every stop Florida. And this is just nothing, but wins, I mean, this guy is a winner anyways. But at what point did you feel ever that? This was about the scandal this year and him being suspended and Zach Smith thing and all the pressure and problems and headaches and nightmares and accusations and mudslinging that this was really the reason he's leaving. Well, I thought the low point was. At when he was suspended, and he they asked him about Courtney Smith he gave a tone deaf answer. And I honestly thought okay that might be a. And I don't know. We'll we'll see him on the sideline at Ohio State again. But but as urban Meyer is very good at doing. He he flip the script a little bit. You know, you go out he took the suspension. Regains returns gets the team through Purdue loss after Nick Boza. Withdrew from school. And then I mean, you can't script much better finish destroying Michigan winning another big ten championship. You fall short of the playoff in his last games in the one place that you know, the big ten saying holds the most sacred at the Rose Bowl. So I mean, he just found a way to scripted. So like, I said he leaves a little wiggle room. If you decided to get back into coaching the school, and there are plenty of schools. It'd be willing to take that chance. Bill banner sporting news. Good, buddy. What do you think of him going out to the Rose Bowl and destroying Washington? Sure that team will be motivated, you you remember when you know, you had the Florida game that was Tebas last game. They played Cincinnati in that game was over when Florida got off the bus. You know, of course, there were problems a little later the next season. But yeah, I think Dwayne Haskins that offense and new it'll open up a new chapter probably will be other than the semi finals the most watched bowl game. I would imagine because of Myron day and everything that goes into that. And you know, certainly a big big changing of the guard at Ohio State. I do think Ryan day will be okay. The first years area where he's going to have to continue to excel that Mayer did again better than most. It's not ever is on the recruiting front. It seemed like the kids all the kids that played for this guy loved him and really love playing for him. And I just think it's crazy the pressure in that town. I did they do you believe they'll ever be happy or satisfied or fulfilled as fans because it seems to me like from here in New York. Now, I went to you. So I've been in Columbus a million times for games, and I've seen him playing ball games and championships and everything else. But there is an expectation there at it's out of control. It's it's it's just astronomical the expectations will those fans ever be happy. Like, I don't even think they wanted that guy to leave. They didn't even care that he was involved in the Zac Smith thing they wanted him to stay from my point of view. But how do you ever live up to this fan base there? They're unbelievable. Well, I I would say there. There's a section like that. But there's other high state fans that I grew up around that are realistic. The terrain and know that again, like I said, I just think program where every coach can win football games but urban Meyer kinda raise that level. I I it's a debate. Here rather rather not Jim tressel urban was a better coach. I mean urban did a fantastic job. Don't get me wrong. But trussell did too. When you have back to back coaches like that. That's why they've been the big ten boss for so long. That's why they dominated the rivalry Michigan to the point of, you know, Michigan still begging out of that hole. And you know, they want a couple of national championships. This kind of you know, interesting think of it in that those terms, but it's this is one of the few cities if not the only city where Ohio State is bigger than any professional franchise that could ever be here. I can't think of too many city with that. As you know, he went to you. You know, how it is? So he's been plotting this allegedly with Jean Smith. The AD that went through all of this this season as well with them and tax went. He's he basically said that they've been having these discussions for over a month. Yeah. And that makes sense. I mean, you know, the the Maryland game seems like a tipping point from the health standpoint. I mean, we were all over. I think to some extent over analyzing sideline behavior. But it was clear. Something wasn't right. I mean, if that's the case. And of course, you know, the Michigan game they went into a lot of people the real lose. But it makes sense. I mean, he is a guy that did talk about his family wanting to spend more time there. I know use that line at Florida to play. Know that's his right. And I think the health is something, you know, he is a human being he's not, you know, the Terminator or anything like that. And I'm not making a joke because having a erectile exist in your brain something very serious, and hopefully he gets that taking care of. Yeah. No doubt about it. Bill..

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"jim tressel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Thank. You, Joe I. Don't have any. Answers but I'm a coach myself I'm an educator I'm a, mandated reporter when there's issues of abuse and I the way I look at this, is this is a big problem in college athletics all the way around. That we, played football football coaches about the, law I, mean they're eighty to ninety percent of you know financial operating budget for most universities in terms, of the revenue that they make with their programs and obviously, is at a number of different things happen fast twenty years on urban, either was ignorance to the rules title nine four which to me is a. Firewall sense or he simply just didn't follow them and, if Ohio State really takes pride in their university they have. To come out stronger than the three game suspension I think if they really. Believe, that, urban still. Can have. Credibility as. Coach Way to go about it would be spending on tape for a whole. Year through, the ringer in terms of the, different classes, you'd have to take the title nine and abuse legislation and then bring them back a year, later reason they won't do that though is because allow state, as a national contender this year and that tastes for everything they do, an athletic so it's a really slippery slope it's really dangerous it's disappointing but. I will tell you this is going to happen more, and more more that college football makes money so you know. We and the NCAA if you're the student athlete ideas should be thrown away That's right yeah see joke. Either professional athletes and I sent you to college every year east coaches do not I it's it's a generalization but they care. About the kids care about their livelihood which is. Winning and you know when you have a fifty percent graduation rate. Of your, football players at. Ohio State Michigan state schools like that it has become big business and this is just a culture that's been created so I I think I'll say would be smart, if they wanna keep urban suspend them for the full year and play out John I appreciate. The call thank you for your thoughts I hope we can all have reasonable conversation like that, Ohio State has already lost. The recruit by the. Way four star linebacker Cain Patterson. Who was a. Commit for, next year's class he's kid from Tennessee de committed to Ohio State I hate to see what people are. Saying this kid, on Twitter I mean. He's a child if you're, gonna go attack a kid Switching, schools please remember that he is a child and. You're an, adult act like it also state suspended urban Meyer for three games, what some people may not know is that urban Meyer. Can actually be there. For practice for the weeks. For weeks two and three he just can't coach the. Game which even and that's really shoddy and what I was surprised most doubt in the last couple of days is Ohio State. Fans were the ones that are the apologists as. There would be at any other school were still angry and I. Don't get, it essentially one. Urban Meyer has got a minimal penalty That you could say well it might affect recruiting here's the recruiting situation but it might have affected recruiting anyway just just the story but if they had given them no penalty I don't know. If, that would have made a difference at all So you know and by the way this is my own, personal opinion what's interesting about this situation is. Jim tressel in my opinion got fired for something, a lot less. Agree GIS in, my opinion Jim tressel should not have. Now remember Jim tressel was. Originally suspended at Ohio State and then eventually fired and it's possible, the same thing happens here I don't think that will happen in this case but it's possible, in my opinion Jim tressel should not have been fired. He, should have been suspended his was NC double a violation, rules which are in my opinion are stupid to. Begin with most of them as I believe player should if not get paid at least? Be, able to make money, off their name I, I don't think Jim tressel should have, been fired personally but. I do think urban Meyer should have been, I think what urban Meyer did was worse than what Jim tressel Blow in Arkansas next up CBS sports radio Hello Bo How you doing man. Good boat what's. Going, on So I just had a, question can I wanted to see? What you thought say urban Meyer did get fired what does someone pick him? Up or is that? A PR, disaster difficult college. Does he. Go NFL, I. Mean, I I don't I. Would I mean yeah well I. Think he would he would sit thank you both I. Think he would sit out obviously year or so I think. Eventually. Somebody would probably give. Him another. Another chance yes I think they think he would get what he needed I. Mean, the guy's. Got a lot of money that a lot of. Success I don't. Know that he would need to. But I have you asking me would somebody, do with I would say yeah? Probably somebody would would eventually give him another chance I think that's probably the? Case all right so? When we, come back we're. Heading to. Ask country, cul. Cubelic, will join me we'll. Talk urban Meyer and we'll talk. Some on the field college football is well that's next. But first it's time for the latest sports update here's Peter. Schwartz.

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"jim tressel" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"At this moment, you know, I would not hazard a guess on that. I mean, like I said, he's, you could tell by his demeanor last night that he was not. He was there, but he started wasn't there if you, you know the best way of putting it. And so I'm never going to a. That's another radio show today. I mean, I keep thinking that two thousand eleven press conference with a grin de Jim tressel. Gene Smith, you know a year later little were year later, you just the same photo. It'd be two new people in it along gene Smith, you don't say, and so I don't. I'm not gonna have to guess who would be in this photo when it gets the old gang together, the new gang together year or year and a half from now. But if you know the old saying, if you feel like somebody maybe doesn't have your back like you think they should that does change things, whether Myers. Wrong to maybe think that, you know that's up to conjecture and whether he actually does think that he didn't say that last night. So. But you know, until somebody says up in their actions, show something else. You sort of take them at their word. Plus you've got a very lucrative contract. Yeah, that could be a big reason to stick around too many. Thanks as always. We really appreciate you coming on. I know life in Columbus, chaotic these days. Hey, can I give shut up to my cousin who's fine ball, finebaum fanatic. Just to him here and his name on your show, probably just made his year. So there you go, but Paul always a pleasure Beal meant talked to, Tim. Thank you very much you..

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"jim tressel" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Remember they went through a series of coaches, you know, whether it be, you know, John Cooper, Jim tressel, you know, all these guys since what he as they, I think trestle wouldn't one Nash yet. But they fired him over much less. They did, but they're keeping urban Meyer. Yup. I. I gotta tell you how not to having lived in Ohio. This is so unsurprising it's exactly, and by the way, betting odds and Vegas where there was virtually no chance of urban Meyer not being retained. Okay. So here's, here's a tweet from a guy named Ron. John come on taking advantage of college women in need and hiring them for sex is just as a motion, lean physically abuses, have hitting as hitting. I know some people have that attitude that argue that prostitution should be legal. What are they always say, victimless crime. It's an of course it's not a victimless right? But the but women will argue that I should be able to do what I want with my body. And if I wanna monetize, it should be able to who are you to tell me otherwise, so that now you're getting into whole other argument, you know whether or not women should have the right to do that. Most most women's groups will argue, no woman willingly goes into it. They go into it because they, they have no other choice, but there are some women that would argue, keep your laws off me. Yeah. No, I get that I get now, so it didn't into whole, I'm I'm very much a libertarian and understand that you and if and I think prostitution should be legalized everywhere, like it is in a lot of countries, like is, is in multiple European countries..

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"jim tressel" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Everybody has their opinion which both you are stating yours on the show now, but it almost seems as though you guys have just hung urban Meyer out to dry to say he's done, it's over and heart sock. You'd be from Ohio. You should understand the fancy are going to rally around urban Meyer, and I don't think he would ever come out with a press conference or even say anything that he said, if you didn't have any type of credible proof to know that he do the right thing by reporting it up to change his higher ups. If he thanks for the call. If it's one thing with Jim tressel I think what what hammer said may is exactly right. Jim tressel and my opinion is held at higher regard in the state of Ohio than urban Meyer, but Arben Meyer. Has had equivalent success in a shorter amount of time. What that's because Jim tressel reputation was cleaner, and the w- the demeanor with which he won the games the way he played football, the way he developed the character of his players made him. Raised him to a certain status in the state of Ohio. I've said this for a long time. I would-i Hayes still is the biggest one of the biggest figures in the state of Ohio history. The way that he won football, the way that he cared for his players has built the model that Ohio State coaches are held against and trestle was a guy that looked himself as a steward of his time at Ohio State, but urban Meyer has come in and urban Meyer has made it very much. This is how I am going to put my stamp on Ohio State. Not so much that I'm part of a legacy of Ohio State coaches, and I think that that's very different. And I think that fans of Ohio State. Care about that. And I think that's why there's been skepticism with Meyer with the reputation. He brought from Florida beyond that, Ohio State fans love nothing more than to win and not only do they love to win. They loved to win seventy two, seven. They love to crush Michigan. There is nothing more than a Buckeye loves then to do that. An urban Meyer has done just that. So Ray might be right. You know, there are certain segments of this Ohio State fan base that are rallying behind her and Maya right now, and it's because they love to win, not because of anything that happened in this axe myth scandal and situation in a terrible situation. But this is also about the way things look nationally for Ohio State, not just locally, not just in Columbus, not just on campus, not just on the Olatunji Tingey river, not just in the state of Ohio. It's the way the university is looked in the other forty nine states. That they need to think about and not just what's happening in a certain segment of their fan base up. Next pro football hall of fame inductions are coming. Terra loans is not in canton, Ohio today for the enshrinement we will talk about it. I'm.

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"jim tressel" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"But what we're assessing, what urban Meyer's prospects are, and whether he is another college coach who is too big to fail that we go back to what he knew and when he knew it and the big one to me, whether he lied to the public and by design lied to his university about it because if he did and they can prove that forget about what happened with his former assistant coach, if they can prove that, I think he's through. Wack. My regional premise. Let's see what the intent of this of this investigative committee really is. You know, that's going to be interesting. They certainly didn't go easy on Jim tressel bot no put. Jim tressel was though he had had a teen to success in this is another level of, you know, being here with the urban Meyer. And so I don't know how I mean. Wait, wait, let's let's talk about that. Jim tressel thing for a second. While I agree that that selling team paraphernalia and tattoos doesn't rise to anywhere near the level of severity in a societal ranking. As domestic abuse. There was no denying that you know that was out. I mean, they had all these people coming out and saying these kids, you know, sold the stuff here in tattoos will be, there was no denying. There was no place to hide from it, and it was clearly of an NCAA violation. That's what guy wasn't. It wasn't about the legality rings and jerseys, and tattoos. That's all. I'm not saying that I'm not talking about the deniability or what trestle said. I just trying to put this in some sort of context because he didn't survive that crap. I nobody didn't survive it because he couldn't deny it. That's my point. And if there is some way that Meyer denies this, then there's a sliver of his. Survival possibility and goes back to what Bob sit. Who's investigating now, does the NCAA get involved in this? I'm asking, I don't know. I mean, I'm asking retort, always screw it up. It's always a good. Yeah. But I mean they do is this the kind of thing, it's not an NCAA violation versus an Ohio batch. I think this is an Ohio State thing. And remember during the trestle thing, Gordon g the president school to time said, I'm just hoping the coach doesn't dismiss me so we know who the most powerful people are at these Univer. I think it is pretty dramatic just to this point that they actually put this guy on administrative leave as quickly as they did. Well, that's true. That doesn't often happen, and then you come back and everything's all fine. It usually it's a precursor for departure, but I have to tell you live out here and knowing how Ohio State protects its football. If there's a way that the stays internal and they do their own investigation, try to imagine this scenario. All right. It's two weeks from now. It's three weeks from now. The report comes out. We have looked into this thoroughly. We believe that that that coach. Meyer did not know about this incident other than in passing. And his impression was that it was not anything to be concerned about. There were no charges. He was not arrested. We have spoken to him. He's going to a sensitivity thing about domestic violence. We take it very seriously Bubba, blah. However, we see no reason for him at this point to be dismissed is in the in the quickly evolving narrative of America where every there's a new victim every day. You can't imagine a scenario like that match. All I know is. This is not just an Ohio State story. Now, this is a national story. Okay. The only bigger story would be if something like this had happened to Nick Sabin and I understand that we live in a world where what? What? Whatever, the just the bare bones of what we know and what we think about urban Meyer don't come anywhere near what we learned this week from Ronan Farrow in the New Yorker about the charges against les Moonves is one of the most powerful people in American media in in American business. I get all that, but I will tell you this, whether it's higher state or some other school, they take title nine stuff seriously..

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"jim tressel" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"And welcome back to the GM football podcast. We spent that I statements about the whole urban Meyer situation doesn't seem like it's going to end well for Meyer. So I mean, we move on after that, he gets fired, probably won't coach again in the call in college football. That's one thing to urban Meyer is not get another job if house they fired him because this is. I mean, I mean, I keep point back Jim tressel. All Jim crow, Jim did was believes players. He hasn't coached a major program since. Bring on my, but for some teams, it's more so about winning than it is doing the right thing. So we'll see. But our the way we move on from that situation, we move onto a better one where. We got football back the NFL. Yes, it is back in. It is glorious. I mean. I felt like off-season offseason actually went kind of fast there. I sit. And like I say the same thing I've ever some break, but honestly. I mean, seems like just back in March, we were trying to figure out where cousins was going. Draft in April June July. I mean. June was minicamp July. I guess a little break, but either way I feel like it did go fast. I'm it feels like I'm just I just finished watching. Tom Brady dropped pass in the Super Bowl or the eagles running that Phillies special play. Nonetheless, here we are hall of fame game. Usually the worst game of the preseason..

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"jim tressel" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on First Things First

"So that's why they make so much money is because get this does fall under their purview. And so my my bigger issue is digit knows something about it. And if you did, did you did. Did not tell the proper authorities. Did you not put it up the chain of command? And they said, hey, look, we investigated is fine. You can lie to the media. You can tell us whatever. But if you lied to your boss, you're going to get fired. What does this mean for Ohio State? Is there any circumstances that you see urban Meyer still being the head coach of the Ojo safe football team? Yes. I mean, that would be if all of this had been reported by his wife, the problem is if these things had been reported, if he had handled it with with the gone through the proper steps, why fires. If he had, but under for what we know that he didn't so look. But there are some privacy which we don't know what was shared. Yeah, to be to be candid. We don't know everything, and that's why we, that's the. That's the only way if if this, if they, if they knew if his wife knew the assumption is he knew and he didn't report. I, I don't know how he's also have to look at this. I mean, I know this was long ago, but Woody Hayes, you know, got fired under scandal of hitting a player, Jim tressel another scandal, they're both wildly successful coaches, and now you have urban Meyer. So oral states program at many times, it looks like they put winning ahead of ethics. And so that's something I think they need to take into consideration and it's you bring up Jim tressel who is wildly successful, incredibly popular and was seen to have great ethics presented him so much. So I presented himself with the vest and the flag behind him and the lapel pin that. But the reason he got fired was not because his players sold gold pants in order to get tattoos or because drill prior was driving around car who no anew. Who paid for the reason he got fired was because he lied to the NCAA. And the assumption is he lied to gene Smith, his boss you, you lie, you get fired. It has. It really doesn't have to do with the actual crime. It's whether or not you cover up the crime in this situation. No, the crime news to be taken into. I'm not. There's not doing that. I'm not just beating the point is that even if there's no crime like like, if he knew and you're right, the guy hasn't been charged with anything, you know. But if they knew that this was going on, you gotta do something about your leader of men in every other way. When it comes the football, you're on top of every detail. You don't tolerate foolishness, but you're gonna tolerate..

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"jim tressel" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on First Things First

"So that's why they make so much money is because get this does fall under their purview. And so my my bigger issue is digit knows something about it. And if you did, did you did. Did not tell the proper authorities. Did you not put it up the chain of command? And they said, hey, look, we investigated is fine. You can lie to the media. You can tell us whatever. But if you lied to your boss, you're going to get fired. What does this mean for Ohio State? Is there any circumstances that you see urban Meyer still being the head coach of the Ojo safe football team? Yes. I mean, that would be if all of this had been reported by his wife, the problem is if these things had been reported, if he had handled it with with the gone through the proper steps, why fires. If he had, but under for what we know that he didn't so look. But there are some privacy which we don't know what was shared. Yeah, to be to be candid. We don't know everything, and that's why we, that's the. That's the only way if if this, if they, if they knew if his wife knew the assumption is he knew and he didn't report. I, I don't know how he's also have to look at this. I mean, I know this was long ago, but Woody Hayes, you know, got fired under scandal of hitting a player, Jim tressel another scandal, they're both wildly successful coaches, and now you have urban Meyer. So oral states program at many times, it looks like they put winning ahead of ethics. And so that's something I think they need to take into consideration and it's you bring up Jim tressel who is wildly successful, incredibly popular and was seen to have great ethics presented him so much. So I presented himself with the vest and the flag behind him and the lapel pin that. But the reason he got fired was not because his players sold gold pants in order to get tattoos or because drill prior was driving around car who no anew. Who paid for the reason he got fired was because he lied to the NCAA. And the assumption is he lied to gene Smith, his boss you, you lie, you get fired. It has. It really doesn't have to do with the actual crime. It's whether or not you cover up the crime in this situation. No, the crime news to be taken into. I'm not. There's not doing that. I'm not just beating the point is that even if there's no crime like like, if he knew and you're right, the guy hasn't been charged with anything, you know. But if they knew that this was going on, you gotta do something about your leader of men in every other way. When it comes the football, you're on top of every detail. You don't tolerate foolishness, but you're gonna tolerate..

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"jim tressel" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Promise more about urban Meyer gets your phone calls as well. Bruce Hooley he is the morning host on one five point seven this on the FOX affiliate in Columbus, the show that precedes this show and BRUCE'S as plugged in on Ohio State football is anybody is in that market and Bruce joins us. Now describe the reaction in Columbus to this news today. Bruce. Disbelief and there are a lot of people looking for reasons to exonerate and Meyer lot of people, you know, claiming that the alleged victim in this case is not telling the truth, and it really obscures some what the only thing that matters is one handed urban Meyer violates contract by not reporting what he had reasonable belief to be abused by one of his staff members. And then number two, the public perception problem. Dan, that comes with the possibility that he wasn't truthful last week when he commented on this in Chicago at the big ten kickoff luncheon, I. So what happens now with practice opening up on Friday. You got the coach on paid administrative leave. What happens next. Well, I think two things happened number one, Ohio State. If they have not already made up their mind to part with urban Meyer and they're not just taking a pause to negotiate a settlement. They have to do an independent investigation that would involve some firm specializes in looking at text messages, emails and everything else to determine whether or Meyer did or didn't know about this abuse. Number two of the sharks are circling media wise. You got every entity from around the country coming in here. Now, filing freedom of information requests, they're looking for the name thing, and that's really what I think a high states afraid of is the additional reporting because they were it was death by a thousand paper cuts. During the Jim tressel thing where they stood by the coach on a day to day basis, never put him on leave. And every day there was a new headline and it made Ohio State, look worse. Virtually every single day, how much do you think state the athletic department learn from Jim tressel situation that helps them in this situation with urban Meyer. Clearly they learn something because they put her on administrative leave yesterday, which was a right move for them and the right move for him to shouldn't expect a guy who has to exonerate himself to be balancing coaching team and devoting himself to proving that he should still be your football coach. They didn't learn anything from crisis management perspective..

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"jim tressel" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I've never been in a situation where it came down to ethics because this is just wrong, you know, abusive any kind violence, and I'm not saying that that happened, but it's just wrong. A lot of other scenarios protective shield. If it's not some a, I guess, a crime of humanity that I'd never been apart of protect the shield, protect the player. It's a parking ticket. Let's figure it out. If it's a missed assignment in school, let's figure it out. If you're late to the bus will figure it out. If it's whatever it may be, that is intelligent, really small string rifle in the grand scheme of things. I understand their NC double air and like a school could end up in in red tape over helping a guy out with a missed assignment. But in the grand scheme of things you're talking about nothing with the scenarios you're mentioning. Well, I'm trying to be nice. I'm trying not to go all the way there. We'll go over there. No, it's important though to go there. I'm we. There've been edgy scenarios. There have been edgy and I will say, even as far as misconduct just actually the communication between parties and I think that's just a universal. When someone is upset with you and go to the media, they go report something. It blows all the way out of proportion and sometimes just the communication of and I'm not talking about just sweeping under the rug communicating. What happened? What can we do to help you out? How can this not happen again? Or what actually did happen? Because sometimes these things blow up and they're not what you thought they were? Yeah, you bring up an interesting point how we make this not happen again, and maybe that's why state is reacting the way that they are. They've been through this before they've been through this with Jim tressel they, it was not that long..

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"jim tressel" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Are they say any created different platform for guys who play you have to operate within the confinements of it. So I always back and say, hey, I never done these things out of there having to change to to run into in this sort of opposition. And so you know, that's my take on it. But with the university, you know is cool as I've understood down there and you know, I walked in the weight room probably like two thousand ten, eleven twelve and nothing. Urban was just coming around twelve or thirteen whenever he came down there. So I never urban crew at known a day and are over hand and things of that nature. But I can also understand how the school and this is just my personal opinion how they try to distance themselves from something in the. The Trump era and isn't just, this is my personal and like, you know, of course you get into this business and you want to rebrand gives urban his his platform and a lot of them to make it who he is. But that sort of like when I say that, you know they, there's gonna be job when branding this urban era, and you know that they wanted to championship in that allows to something new in go, go forward. But my relationship university and the players are right now. You mentioned coach tressel. How would you describe Jim tressel impact on your life? I would say probably the greatest male figure impact that I've had. You know, in in my lifetime, how I could say that had to really say about other guys. So they're talking about life in the way he needed to this day. You know, even opportunities that have now to do some of the work we have, even the connections that he's made with me through local government. You know what the governor's office split, you know, guys, who are. A congress guys who are in all legislative in Ohio, he's connected those Dawson the some of your major state agencies. Connect those dots went hissy opportunity. Had you know he's opened those doors long after our plate or anything for him. And that's a lot because a lot of these guys wants to feel form and lifting weights for them and their ofter campuses, they don't want to do anything with them. And I go a lot of college coaches as small division, three schools or schools all the way up to division one school wants to grind going from them that they don't want or can't do anything with an athlete. And so for him to after everything, he had been personally for him to come back if I get down there and for hinting, don't doors and provide.

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"jim tressel" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Some prisons are privatized right so you you've birthland profit prison thinking about this you've birth you have birth literally have birth all of these industries right and so they they predict how many prison biz they wouldn't eat based upon the third grade reading level so if you hit the third grade and your kids are not reading on a third grade reading level there's save seventy eight percent chance that he or she will go to prison period so think about this this is this isn't maurice clarence facts these are just you know this information i've got from thirteenth jim tressel actually told me told me the statistics about a third grade reading level and how to basically estimate prisons bates but these are like actual facts of stuff that actually goes on as so like just back to my point so like where you see these kids and you understand what they're going through you understand what the challenge you understand all the trauma that they're going against you like yo you you have a rough uphill battle and so i we can't afloat everybody but those who can influence let's try to make let's try to make a thing out of it right so you know it was even more to the reason i even hired a lady to do all her journalism forthright sauce i want you to journeys kiss stories and overtime just talk about how we've impacted the lives in some capacity rather given a positive outlet giving positive mentorship giving positive counseling and if nothing else if john will have nothing else going on his life that's constructive at least when he runs into our people our people help him to you know reach his goals and objectives to get out his current situation as so that but i like the the the cool thing about that that's that's the stuff that keeps you connected life though you know saying like i i don't know it keeps thirteen i'm telling you go watch is is is very impactful to to even to the listener you know even to listen or you know just you know even if you have any you don't have to have a black new from her but you may have.

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"jim tressel" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on WTVN

"Ten wtvn former ohio state football coach role bruce's died that word from his family this morning bruce led the buckeyes for nine seasons with two of his assistants later going on to coach the buckeyes as well jim tressel talked about having earls speak to his teams before playing that team up north the dome with our young people to make sure they understood what it would take that light clicked on for our guys and current coach urban meyer also took a lot from earls leadership better be tough to work for me verb tough to play for him because football's a tough game and and when you're done the toughest people are the ones that are most ready for life after football so those are the great last lessons i learned from him bruce was eighty seven years old of public celebration is set for wednesday at ten thirty am at saint john arena funeral will be held on thursday across the country today students walked out of school to protest gun violence and push for tougher gun control laws time for change if you can go out and vote make a difference if you can't they continue using your voice to make a difference because we have had enough that students speaking at a rally in chicago today's march coincided with the nineteen th anniversary of the shooting at columbine high school in colorado on the other side there's a rally at the ohio state house plan for tomorrow in support of the second amendment talking about our heritage as american citizens and our birthright to own our own firearms and to basically be our own masters in this world and chocolate roses with ohioans for concealed carry who helped organize the event can separate tomorrow at eleven am a woman's fighting for her life after a fire this morning in an apartment in the second floor of this north columbus condo a lighted cigarette accident is being blamed for the fire that's where the elderly victim was found abc six is jeff radic's is a woman's being treated at lsu who's western medical center neighbors say they saw piles of garbage being taken out of the home by firefighters in order to contain the blaze and firefighters indicate it was a hoarding situation there dozens of middle and high school students will be among those camped outside cosign tonight calling attention to.

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"jim tressel" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Yeah so jim tressel obviously he was the coach youngstown state for a plenty of years in a he was obviously to hometown hero in youngstown i ended up find out that he went down to our state and the next thing i know i just call them i said hey man i'm coming down to our state and wouldn't down there and it was two things one there was a sense of proud also be like you know you get a chance to play for your home state or not you know move to nbn play football and to to to connect with him be that he had a soul much influence youngstown area in growing up siham and all championships that he had one i thought that was cool deal so those are legitimately the only two regional pretty sure when you talk to kids now like they don't go to football then we'll schools because they coach young sallai academia supposed to mean something there's a lot of the factors so but that was my reason that got it and then how did that go like how that transition goes you we moved into columbus was that a shock like kind of run me through that so i graduated i was the first guy to graduate midyear so a for graduate in december of two thousand and one got and went to school in january two thousand two and i got down there and you know just like any other college kids to campus seems like extra large you know you don't know anybody trying to figure out you know how do you get to you know.

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"jim tressel" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jim tressel" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

"I'll bet you if i called my good high school buddy who watch that with me he would remember that too i'll think of his i think it was name oh look it up later maybe anyway we it's a second lawyer we've had on here though that has had a connection between cinema and being a lawyer is on the same way you're referring to yourself and the third per whatever you're the second one i am the on the second lawyer yet i didn't have any movies it said criminal defense i'm here by necessity and lock all right so you saw the movie and you're thinking man that might be my calling and the back of my mind but i didn't know what the hell i want to do when that's twelve thirteen where'd you go to college youngstown state university why state university now youngstown is that trestle yep jim tressel i think we had champion's five championship games i think he went three of them in the nineties were you there when jim tressel was coaching yes part of it yet wow my wife loves him so he was i know how does really happy so he was he loved them up in youngstown if i run for mayor up there i mean it you look his demise there at the end was sort of unfortunate but man just seemed like a top notch guy yep what your graduate high school or graduated eighty nine from high school and i didn't go to college i took some time off went to college in ninety seven and graduated in two thousand so it's kind of a little niece older of a student now here's what we'll get back to you in a second hold on here here's what jeff and i know about bill you can cook with the best of them i mean almost like professional chefs stuff i can cook i can take stuff out of a buy in but he's introduced me to a new world i mean it's it's amazing you bring in these peppers did this all the rage of the courthouse everybody wants are you willing to share the pepper recipe.

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