Posted August 29, 2012

Ohio State lifts Twitter ban during Urban Meyer press conferences

NCAAF

Ohio State caused a big to-do on Monday when athletic department officials informed the assembled media that they would not be allowed to use Twitter during coach Urban Meyer’s press conferences.

Needless to say, this policy was not met with much enthusiasm. (Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal has a well-thought-out take.)

To no one’s surprise, a day later the Buckeyes had a change of heart (insert Urban Meyer joke here) and rescinded the policy, according to this tweet from the student newspaper, The Lantern:


2 comments
CitizenCurby
CitizenCurby

ha ha ha .... Ohio State trying to ban anything....they can't even ban their own players from violating the rules...dopes.

sagasha
sagasha

NEWS FLASH... ALL OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL PRESSERS WILL NOW BE HELD ON THE 50 YARD LINE OF OHIO STADIUM IN ORDER TO ACCOMMODATE HEAD COACH URBAN MEYER'S MASSIVE EGO. ALSO JUST IN... VALUE CITY ARENA, HOME OF OSU BASKETBALL, HAS JUST BEEN RENAMED "SAVIOR URBAN MEYER ALLOWS US TO USE THIS ARENA ARENA" AND PLANS FOR A NEW RETRACTABLE ROOF HAVE BEEN APPROVED PENDING COACH MEYER'S DECISION ON WHETHER OR NOT HE WILL ALLOW BASKETBALL TO BE PLAYED ANYWHERE ON THE OSU CAMPUS.

 

FILM AT 11... ASSUMING COACH ALLOWS THE LATE LOCAL NEWS TO AIR.