Ohio State, Michigan State Telling Recruits They Never Have to Practice

Monday, August 31, 2009


Rich Rodriguez
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In an interesting piece of news, the Ohio State and Michigan State football programs have announced to their recruits that they will never have to practice. This comes on the heels of the allegations at Michigan.

"We don't want to over work these guys," said a member of the Ohio State staff. "Granted, football is important to us, but they need a good life balance. We want our players to win football games, but to also enjoy the college experience."

Michigan State feels the same way.

"Life is about more than football," said a Spartan staffer. "A rare few will make the NFL, so we need to prepare these guys for their careers after college athletics."

2 comments

sj82 said...

haha...good post. This story has turned into quite a circus. After seeing his press conference, I feel bad for Rich Rod.

August 31, 2009 at 1:28 PM
Anonymous said...

What a cry baby. Even with all of that extra practice time the U of M still sucks donkey balls.

September 1, 2009 at 8:30 AM

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