If Ohio Dispute football followers were staring at for ragged linebacker K’Vaughan Pope to chime in after Marcus Williamson’s long, unflattering ogle on the Buckeye football program, they got their prefer on Monday.
Pope, who hand over the 2021 team mid-game against Akron in September, tweeted a checklist of grievances in regards to the brand new assert of the Buckeye program. Some fell alongside the identical lines as those from Williamson, who criticized coaches and levied claims of racism against ragged Ohio Dispute coach City Meyer at some level of the Buckeyes’ 48-45 steal over Utah within the Rose Bowl.
Pope suggested potential recruits in a Monday tweet that within the event you sprint to Ohio Dispute, be willing to be considered “as a hoodlum (because you’re vocal).”
He mentioned coaches were disrespectful and unfair and that opinions were overlooked.
In the path of a 59-7 steal over Akron, Pope had a sideline altercation and become as soon as escorted to the locker room the place he despatched loads of tweets, ancient a variation of an expletive and wished his team ultimate success.
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Marcus Williamson Twitter fallout
Williamson graduated in 2020 and become as soon as a graduate player this season. He is a ragged All-Titanic Ten pupil athlete. He tweeted he “retired” earlier than the Rose Bowl and aired his grievances in regards to the OSU program on Saturday.
His tweets at some level of the Rose Bowl introduced on loads of ragged Buckeyes to present their opinions on Meyer and the Buckeye program.
Nonetheless, Williamson tweeted Monday that loads of unnamed new and ragged avid gamers had reached out to him in toughen of his opinions:
Most up-to-date Ohio Dispute offensive lineman Dawand Jones, a junior reportedly eager by his NFL alternatives, quoted Williamson’s tweet from Sunday that criticized of us making an are trying to discredit him.
Cardale Jones, the 2014 national championship hero mentioned he become as soon as certain a “enormous number” of ragged Buckeyes would disagree with Williamson
This article before the full lot seemed on The Columbus Dispatch: K’Vaughan Pope shares grievances about Ohio Dispute football program