THE Ohio State is getting blasted by former players in 2022 and it’s painting the program in a terribel light.
This past Saturday, Marcus Williamson accused Urban Meyer of threatening him and using a photo of the late Trayvon Martin to illustrate the program’s “no hoodie indoors” policy. He is not the nly player who is speaking out.
K’Vaughan Pope was dismissed earlier this season after leaving the field against Akron. Pope claims players should only go to Ohio State if they want to be disrespected by the coaching staff.
“You only go to OSU if you want to be: highly disrespected by the coaching staff (head coach here & there); treated unfairly (young guys playing before seniors); looked at as a hoodlum (because your vocal); treated as if you are not a high caliber player (because i am); coaches first program guy (they are not a players first program); treated as if players opinions have no say so (because your body & mental doesn’t matter); players point of view can’t be seen (because coaches claim it has happened to them),” Pope tweeted.
During Ohio State’s win over Akron in September, Pope pulled an Antonio Brown as he stormed off the field, appearing to quit on the program in the middle of a game, after throwing gear into the stands before leaving for the locker room.
Following the game he tweeted, and subsequently deleted, “f— ohio state.
Pope is now in the transfer portal.