After a weekend in Franklin County Jail, Buckeyes RB Ira Guilford and TE Louis Irrizary appeared in Franklin County Municipal Court on Monday. The two sophomores pleaded innocent to 2nd degree felony charges of robbery.
Guilford and Irrizary were arrested on Saturday after police were contacted at 3 AM on Saturday. Head Coach Jim Tressel has already suspended the two players indefinitely.
Ohio State will have a few more question marks in preparation for the next football season.
Police arrested RB Ira Guilford and TE Louis Irrizary early Saturday morning on robbery charges. The two sophomores spent the afternoon in Franklin County jail after police received a call from a 20-year old Columbus resident that the 2 had assaulted and robbed him at 3 AM.
Ohio State has suspended both Guilford and Irrizary indefinitely. Head Coach Jim Tressel released a...
Zanesville football has a new head coach, and Dave Everson is that man. Superintendent Michael Pockl recommended Everson to the school board on Wednesday, and with a unanimous vote, the former Edison head coach became Zanesville's head man.
Everson beat out over 40 applicants. The 3 finalists included former UCinci top assistant Phil Dorn, and Edgewood head football coach Lance Hostetler.
As for Everson himself, he's been the defensive coordinator at Capital University...
Muskingum's Erica Hoyt wins OAC Pitcher of the Week for the 5th time this season. Hoyt didn't allow an earned run last week, and was unbeaten in going 5-0 over that span. Teammate Nicole Blubaugh was named OAC Hitter of the Week. The New Lex grad batted .450 in 6 games with 2 HR and 9 RBI.
It is so rare for the United States Supreme Court to even accept a case.
On Thursday, it rejected Maurice Clarett's emergency appeal twice.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg first denied Clarett's request to lift a stay issued by the 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals. Clarett's lawyer, Alan Milstein, argued that the former Ohio State running back would suffer irreperable harm if an NFL team did not draft him this weekend.
Ginsburg cited the NFL's response, which stated...
The attorney for former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett, Alan Milstein, filed an emergency appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday.
Milstein asked the nation's highest court to lift the stay issued Monday by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The stay, in effect, declares Clarett and other underclassmen, including USC receiver Mike Williams, ineligible for the NFL until there can be a meaningful review of the issues.