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Rumor: Carlos Hyde feeling Blue per ESPN radio

  • http://espn/radio.go.com/
    regarding Carlos Hyde thinking about transferring to Michigan. I asked if he meant Dunn, but he reiterated that he meant Hyde.

    I know that Hyde has been pretty vocal about his disappointment with the Buckeyes and his role in the offense. That much is open information down here in Cbus. I didn't directly hear the nature of the Michigan rumor, but thought I would relay it anyway.
    Carlos Hyde may not have to sit out if he transfers ... it all depends on tee sanctions levied against Ohio State, and the duration of the sanctions. If the NCAA decides to impose a 2 year post season ban on Ohio State that would begin next year, then Hyde's last 2 years would come under a postseason ban. This is 1 scenario where the NCAA has been known to approve a transfer without a player sitting out.

    "The NCAA has become stricter when it comes to denying waiver requests when the motivation for the transfer involves a coaching change or even infractions handed down by the NCAA. One exception is if the committee on infractions puts a team on probation that bans it from postseason play. If a player's eligibility is set to expire during that the postseason ban, then that player can transfer immediately without sitting out. There are extenuating circumstances, such as the case of Baylor during the aftermath of Patrick Dennehy's murder by teammate Carlton Dotson. The sanctions Baylor faced weren't yet known but players on that team -- John Lucas III and Lawrence Roberts -- were allowed to transfer and play immediately at Oklahoma State and Mississippi State, respectively. "

    Gee i guess i make stuff up ..etc....i know i know its from ESPN radio and they are out to get Ohio St....

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  • ralphgoblue said... (original post)

    http://espn/radio.go.com/ regarding Carlos Hyde thinking about transferring to Michigan. I asked if he meant Dunn, but he reiterated that he meant Hyde.

    I know that Hyde has been pretty vocal about his disappointment with the Buckeyes and his role in the offense. That much is open information down here in Cbus. I didn't directly hear the nature of the Michigan rumor, but thought I would relay it anyway. Carlos Hyde may not have to sit out if he transfers ... it all depends on tee sanctions levied against Ohio State, and the duration of the sanctions. If the NCAA decides to impose a 2 year post season ban on Ohio State that would begin next year, then Hyde's last 2 years would come under a postseason ban. This is 1 scenario where the NCAA has been known to approve a transfer without a player sitting out.

    "The NCAA has become stricter when it comes to denying waiver requests when the motivation for the transfer involves a coaching change or even infractions handed down by the NCAA. One exception is if the committee on infractions puts a team on probation that bans it from postseason play. If a player's eligibility is set to expire during that the postseason ban, then that player can transfer immediately without sitting out. There are extenuating circumstances, such as the case of Baylor during the aftermath of Patrick Dennehy's murder by teammate Carlton Dotson. The sanctions Baylor faced weren't yet known but players on that team -- John Lucas III and Lawrence Roberts -- were allowed to transfer and play immediately at Oklahoma State and Mississippi State, respectively. "

    Gee i guess i make stuff up ..etc....i know i know its from ESPN radio and they are out to get Ohio St....

    Drugs is a bad thing. tOSU will not get a ban from post season. Probation is what they will get buddy.

  • Actually i just pasted a convesation from ESPN radio with a OSU recruiter about Carlos Hyde's tweets....
    i didnt say OSU was getting a ban YOUR recruiter ' mentioned it'

    This post was edited by ralphgoblue 3 years ago

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  • Hyde said his comments about taking his services elsewhere were about moving to a new position not a new team. I suppose anything is possible though. I think there is a better chance Dunn or Kalis (again) switch their commitments than Hyde transferring.

    Link doesn't seem to be working either...

    This post was edited by Whiskers 3 years ago

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    ralphgoblue said... (original post)

    http://espn/radio.go.com/ regarding Carlos Hyde thinking about transferring to Michigan. I asked if he meant Dunn, but he reiterated that he meant Hyde.

    I know that Hyde has been pretty vocal about his disappointment with the Buckeyes and his role in the offense. That much is open information down here in Cbus. I didn't directly hear the nature of the Michigan rumor, but thought I would relay it anyway. Carlos Hyde may not have to sit out if he transfers ... it all depends on tee sanctions levied against Ohio State, and the duration of the sanctions. If the NCAA decides to impose a 2 year post season ban on Ohio State that would begin next year, then Hyde's last 2 years would come under a postseason ban. This is 1 scenario where the NCAA has been known to approve a transfer without a player sitting out.

    "The NCAA has become stricter when it comes to denying waiver requests when the motivation for the transfer involves a coaching change or even infractions handed down by the NCAA. One exception is if the committee on infractions puts a team on probation that bans it from postseason play. If a player's eligibility is set to expire during that the postseason ban, then that player can transfer immediately without sitting out. There are extenuating circumstances, such as the case of Baylor during the aftermath of Patrick Dennehy's murder by teammate Carlton Dotson. The sanctions Baylor faced weren't yet known but players on that team -- John Lucas III and Lawrence Roberts -- were allowed to transfer and play immediately at Oklahoma State and Mississippi State, respectively. "

    Gee i guess i make stuff up ..etc....i know i know its from ESPN radio and they are out to get Ohio St....

    Its too bad he is feeling Blue. I hope he feels better, we will need him against Wiscy.

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  • ralphgoblue said... (original post)

    http://espn/radio.go.com/ regarding Carlos Hyde thinking about transferring to Michigan. I asked if he meant Dunn, but he reiterated that he meant Hyde.

    I know that Hyde has been pretty vocal about his disappointment with the Buckeyes and his role in the offense. That much is open information down here in Cbus. I didn't directly hear the nature of the Michigan rumor, but thought I would relay it anyway. Carlos Hyde may not have to sit out if he transfers ... it all depends on tee sanctions levied against Ohio State, and the duration of the sanctions. If the NCAA decides to impose a 2 year post season ban on Ohio State that would begin next year, then Hyde's last 2 years would come under a postseason ban. This is 1 scenario where the NCAA has been known to approve a transfer without a player sitting out.

    "The NCAA has become stricter when it comes to denying waiver requests when the motivation for the transfer involves a coaching change or even infractions handed down by the NCAA. One exception is if the committee on infractions puts a team on probation that bans it from postseason play. If a player's eligibility is set to expire during that the postseason ban, then that player can transfer immediately without sitting out. There are extenuating circumstances, such as the case of Baylor during the aftermath of Patrick Dennehy's murder by teammate Carlton Dotson. The sanctions Baylor faced weren't yet known but players on that team -- John Lucas III and Lawrence Roberts -- were allowed to transfer and play immediately at Oklahoma State and Mississippi State, respectively. "

    Gee i guess i make stuff up ..etc....i know i know its from ESPN radio and they are out to get Ohio St....

    Again, BS post! irrelevant

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  • THEnutbuster

    ralphgoblue said... (original post)

    http://espn/radio.go.com/ regarding Carlos Hyde thinking about transferring to Michigan. I asked if he meant Dunn, but he reiterated that he meant Hyde.

    I know that Hyde has been pretty vocal about his disappointment with the Buckeyes and his role in the offense. That much is open information down here in Cbus. I didn't directly hear the nature of the Michigan rumor, but thought I would relay it anyway. Carlos Hyde may not have to sit out if he transfers ... it all depends on tee sanctions levied against Ohio State, and the duration of the sanctions. If the NCAA decides to impose a 2 year post season ban on Ohio State that would begin next year, then Hyde's last 2 years would come under a postseason ban. This is 1 scenario where the NCAA has been known to approve a transfer without a player sitting out.

    "The NCAA has become stricter when it comes to denying waiver requests when the motivation for the transfer involves a coaching change or even infractions handed down by the NCAA. One exception is if the committee on infractions puts a team on probation that bans it from postseason play. If a player's eligibility is set to expire during that the postseason ban, then that player can transfer immediately without sitting out. There are extenuating circumstances, such as the case of Baylor during the aftermath of Patrick Dennehy's murder by teammate Carlton Dotson. The sanctions Baylor faced weren't yet known but players on that team -- John Lucas III and Lawrence Roberts -- were allowed to transfer and play immediately at Oklahoma State and Mississippi State, respectively. "

    Gee i guess i make stuff up ..etc....i know i know its from ESPN radio and they are out to get Ohio St....

    why would a post season ban begin next year?

  • I wish the mods would take out the trash...

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  • ralphgoblue said... (original post)

    http://espn/radio.go.com/ regarding Carlos Hyde thinking about transferring to Michigan. I asked if he meant Dunn, but he reiterated that he meant Hyde.

    I know that Hyde has been pretty vocal about his disappointment with the Buckeyes and his role in the offense. That much is open information down here in Cbus. I didn't directly hear the nature of the Michigan rumor, but thought I would relay it anyway. Carlos Hyde may not have to sit out if he transfers ... it all depends on tee sanctions levied against Ohio State, and the duration of the sanctions. If the NCAA decides to impose a 2 year post season ban on Ohio State that would begin next year, then Hyde's last 2 years would come under a postseason ban. This is 1 scenario where the NCAA has been known to approve a transfer without a player sitting out.

    "The NCAA has become stricter when it comes to denying waiver requests when the motivation for the transfer involves a coaching change or even infractions handed down by the NCAA. One exception is if the committee on infractions puts a team on probation that bans it from postseason play. If a player's eligibility is set to expire during that the postseason ban, then that player can transfer immediately without sitting out. There are extenuating circumstances, such as the case of Baylor during the aftermath of Patrick Dennehy's murder by teammate Carlton Dotson. The sanctions Baylor faced weren't yet known but players on that team -- John Lucas III and Lawrence Roberts -- were allowed to transfer and play immediately at Oklahoma State and Mississippi State, respectively. "

    Gee i guess i make stuff up ..etc....i know i know its from ESPN radio and they are out to get Ohio St....

    Why leave when next year you are the man???

  • miguelissimo said... (original post)

    I wish the mods would take out the trash...

    +1 I agree. Mods we are calling! +1 to all from Uncle Dontuie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!stache

    This post was edited by dontunie 3 years ago

  • When you get down to it, OSU's initial transgressions--players selling personal memorabilia, which is against NCAA rules--is no worse than what RichRod did by having unauthorized workouts. In fact, an argument can be made that Michigan was worse because it was done with RichRod's knowledge and approval, whereas Tressel's came after the fact. RichRod built and lit the bonfire; Tressel merely threw gasoline on one that had already been smoldering. I am not making excuses for what he did and he's paid the price for it, not just in terms of losing his job but also his reputation, which had taken him decades to build and no time to lose. I keep thinking that by the time the NCAA scrapes through the surface, they'll find there's no a whole lot more than meets the eye: a relative handful of kids who thought they were entitled and the rules applied to everyone but them and a coach who, for whatever misguided reason, chose not only to look the other way but lie about it. It's not the Florida State online cheating scandal that implicated 63 athletes including 29 football players. The reason this keeps getting drawn out is because new evidence keeps being brought before the public, most recently D'Geronimo, but it's been basically the same kids--Boom, Posey, Adams, and a few minor newbies in the two Halls, Brown, Howard, and Fellows, which means it's not systemic--and their sins have been relatively minor--on the scale of misdemeanors, not felonies. These aftershocks are creating the impression we're a program run amok when, in fact, it's the same handful of guys getting into trouble over and over again. I believe the NCAA will accept our own self-imposed sanctions, put us on a couple years probation without any bowl ban, maybe dock us a couple scholarships for a few year and that will be it.

  • miguelissimo said... (original post)

    I wish the mods would take out the trash...

    what mods?

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  • THEnutbuster

    iowabuckeyes said... (original post)

    When you get down to it, OSU's initial transgressions--players selling personal memorabilia, which is against NCAA rules--is no worse than what RichRod did by having unauthorized workouts. In fact, an argument can be made that Michigan was worse because it was done with RichRod's knowledge and approval, whereas Tressel's came after the fact. RichRod built and lit the bonfire; Tressel merely threw gasoline on one that had already been smoldering. I am not making excuses for what he did and he's paid the price for it, not just in terms of losing his job but also his reputation, which had taken him decades to build and no time to lose. I keep thinking that by the time the NCAA scrapes through the surface, they'll find there's no a whole lot more than meets the eye: a relative handful of kids who thought they were entitled and the rules applied to everyone but them and a coach who, for whatever misguided reason, chose not only to look the other way but lie about it. It's not the Florida State online cheating scandal that implicated 63 athletes including 29 football players. The reason this keeps getting drawn out is because new evidence keeps being brought before the public, most recently D'Geronimo, but it's been basically the same kids--Boom, Posey, Adams, and a few minor newbies in the two Halls, Brown, Howard, and Fellows, which means it's not systemic--and their sins have been relatively minor--on the scale of misdemeanors, not felonies. These aftershocks are creating the impression we're a program run amok when, in fact, it's the same handful of guys getting into trouble over and over again. I believe the NCAA will accept our own self-imposed sanctions, put us on a couple years probation without any bowl ban, maybe dock us a couple scholarships for a few year and that will be it.

    +1 Very well said my friend BUT you're being way to logical. You're making to much sense. (sarcasm off)

  • THEnutbuster

    I'd much rather ESPIN go back and report JT's earnings. That was real news worthy. This is yet another attempt to keep Buckeye Nation in the spotlight

  • Yeah, I know it's too logical. But it's also the prayer I whisper each night before I go to sleep, my plea to God to open the NCAA's eyes. There's a first time for everything and I'm hopeful that for once, the NCAA will do the right thing. Like Dorothy tapping her shoes together three times and repeating to herself, "I wanna go home" and she did, I'm hoping that if I say it often enough, it'll create a tidal wave of positively charged energy that will hit IndiaNAPolis with the force of a karmic tsunami. If positive thinking can move mountains, there's always hope it'll help sway the NCAA. Yeah, I know, wishful thinking but what are we without any hope our wildest dreams can come true? I'd say Indiana Hoosiers.

    This post was edited by iowabuckeyes 3 years ago

  • Razorback

    Well, Ralph, you've just made my ignore list. Enjoy the trolling. It will be bleeped out for me.

  • When Boom was out, Hyde was becoming the number one back. Boom is gone after the season. Why would he transfer?

    That is someone really TRYING to create a story out of possible scenerios.

  • reservemickey said... (original post)

    When Boom was out, Hyde was becoming the number one back. Boom is gone after the season. Why would he transfer?

    That is someone really TRYING to create a story out of possible scenerios.

    This guy is a troll. He's doing everything he can to rile the board up.

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  • This just in from a reputable source (therefore, not E!SecPN):

    it's 1:13 p.m. EST and *ichighan still sucks!

    By the way, that is not a rumor, it's empirical truth.

  • Just another media hack-job !

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  • If he leaves oh well, OSU is too dee at RB anyways and I'm sure dunn would automatically start for OSU next year

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    ralphgoblue said... (original post)

    http://espn/radio.go.com/ regarding Carlos Hyde thinking about transferring to Michigan. I asked if he meant Dunn, but he reiterated that he meant Hyde.

    I know that Hyde has been pretty vocal about his disappointment with the Buckeyes and his role in the offense. That much is open information down here in Cbus. I didn't directly hear the nature of the Michigan rumor, but thought I would relay it anyway. Carlos Hyde may not have to sit out if he transfers ... it all depends on tee sanctions levied against Ohio State, and the duration of the sanctions. If the NCAA decides to impose a 2 year post season ban on Ohio State that would begin next year, then Hyde's last 2 years would come under a postseason ban. This is 1 scenario where the NCAA has been known to approve a transfer without a player sitting out.

    "The NCAA has become stricter when it comes to denying waiver requests when the motivation for the transfer involves a coaching change or even infractions handed down by the NCAA. One exception is if the committee on infractions puts a team on probation that bans it from postseason play. If a player's eligibility is set to expire during that the postseason ban, then that player can transfer immediately without sitting out. There are extenuating circumstances, such as the case of Baylor during the aftermath of Patrick Dennehy's murder by teammate Carlton Dotson. The sanctions Baylor faced weren't yet known but players on that team -- John Lucas III and Lawrence Roberts -- were allowed to transfer and play immediately at Oklahoma State and Mississippi State, respectively. "

    Gee i guess i make stuff up ..etc....i know i know its from ESPN radio and they are out to get Ohio St....

    bs_sign

    Cocaine is a hell of a drug...

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  • buckperry said... (original post)

    Cocaine is a hell of a drug...

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  • ralphgoblue said... (original post)

    http://espn/radio.go.com/ regarding Carlos Hyde thinking about transferring to Michigan. I asked if he meant Dunn, but he reiterated that he meant Hyde.

    I know that Hyde has been pretty vocal about his disappointment with the Buckeyes and his role in the offense. That much is open information down here in Cbus. I didn't directly hear the nature of the Michigan rumor, but thought I would relay it anyway. Carlos Hyde may not have to sit out if he transfers ... it all depends on tee sanctions levied against Ohio State, and the duration of the sanctions. If the NCAA decides to impose a 2 year post season ban on Ohio State that would begin next year, then Hyde's last 2 years would come under a postseason ban. This is 1 scenario where the NCAA has been known to approve a transfer without a player sitting out.

    "The NCAA has become stricter when it comes to denying waiver requests when the motivation for the transfer involves a coaching change or even infractions handed down by the NCAA. One exception is if the committee on infractions puts a team on probation that bans it from postseason play. If a player's eligibility is set to expire during that the postseason ban, then that player can transfer immediately without sitting out. There are extenuating circumstances, such as the case of Baylor during the aftermath of Patrick Dennehy's murder by teammate Carlton Dotson. The sanctions Baylor faced weren't yet known but players on that team -- John Lucas III and Lawrence Roberts -- were allowed to transfer and play immediately at Oklahoma State and Mississippi State, respectively. "

    Gee i guess i make stuff up ..etc....i know i know its from ESPN radio and they are out to get Ohio St....

    LOL, why would he leave? Granted he had to be pissed that Boom comes off suspension and plays more but he should get the carries now that Berry has put his scholly up for grabs and Rod Smith moving to LB.