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Too bad about Reed. If he transfers, he could have 2 years at a lower school. Good luck!!
With Urb doing his individual end-of-the-year intervews, we should know if anyone else is leaving fairly soon.
Wish him the best in whatever he decides!
Urban 2 Hoke 0
well the boarding house has been throwing out names for months. here's the first of at least a few more I think. not enough speed for meyer and buried on the depth chart. good luck elsewhere.
After his injury, he was so upbeat. I was amazed how positive he was.
Plus, he switched positions for the team, didn't he? Was hoping it would work out for him.
GOOD LUCK Verlon!
...and best of luck to the graduates mentioned in the story
"Receiver Jake Stoneburner was one of six OSU football players who earned their college degrees today at the end of fall semester. Stoneburner majored in family resource management.
Football players joining Stoneburner were Vincent Petrella (middle childhood education),
Taylor Rice (human development and family studies),
Justin Siems (aviation),
Steward Smith (biology, a premed major)
and Jamie Wood (communications). "
I wish him the best of luck. I was rooting for him to persevere throughout his injury and perhaps he may yet. Just at another university.
If he wasn't going to play I don't blame him for transferring.
Best for both parties. He gets to play football and we get a scholarship. Wish him luck wherever he goes.
Good luck to Verlon where ever he heads next.
sucks. He has the talent to play here.
It's a shame he tore his knee up on an onside kick. He was contributing quite a bit before that. Best of luck Verlon.
Good days, bad days --- always a Buckeye. Time to begin the assault on the 2014 BCS National Championship
Feel for this kid, loyal kid, worked his butt of to become a Buckeye and did whatever was asked of him. Sad he just doesn't it into Urbans system..not elusive enough or flat out fast! Wish Velon well!!!
Eddie George, Simply the best
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