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Redleg39
08-09-2006, 12:10 PM
Marcel Frost, the Buckeyes tight end, was suspended for the season for a violation of team rules. This is unfortunate because Frost was a pretty good player last year, and could of been a valueable weapon on offense

Heath
08-09-2006, 02:18 PM
Rory Nichol is much better than Marcel Frost talent-wise. They will not miss a step.

the-ozone.net just released the two-deep. Pretty interesting.

max venable
08-09-2006, 02:55 PM
Rory Nichol is much better than Marcel Frost talent-wise. They will not miss a step.

the-ozone.net just released the two-deep. Pretty interesting.
It is interesting.

Kerr ahead of D'Andrea and Nick Patterson ahead of Brandon Mitchell.

LINK (http://www.the-ozone.net/football/2006/fallcamp/depthchart_1.htm)

Heath
08-09-2006, 03:12 PM
It is interesting.

Kerr ahead of D'Andrea and Nick Patterson ahead of Brandon Mitchell.

LINK (http://www.the-ozone.net/football/2006/fallcamp/depthchart_1.htm)

I was more surprised with Nick Patterson on the list - but more unshocking that Robert Rose wasn't on the two-deep yet. That kid can play.

I'm not surprised that Kerr is ahead of D'Andrea moreso for the injury factor. D'Andrea's never really stepped it up the notch needed. I hope he plays well though. He has monster potential.

max venable
08-09-2006, 03:26 PM
I was more surprised with Nick Patterson on the list - but more unshocking that Robert Rose wasn't on the two-deep yet. That kid can play.

Rose will play. It's just that the d-line is pretty deep.

Cedric
08-09-2006, 05:33 PM
Anderson Russel is going to be the star. Watch him.

dieselman44
08-09-2006, 05:59 PM
Nick patterson is better then Brandon Mitchell, MItchell gets trucked constantly in practice.

Redsfan08
08-09-2006, 08:46 PM
too bad:lol:

Joseph
08-09-2006, 09:00 PM
Who? Where?

max venable
08-18-2006, 12:19 PM
Frost is going to transfer now...

From the Cleveland PD:

Tight end Marcel Frost, a Brush High graduate, has transferred to Jackson State, according to a source close to the situation, confirming a report by the Clarion-Ledger of Jackson, Miss.

Frost, who had been expected to start for the Buckeyes, was suspended for the season on Aug. 9 for a violation of team rules. Ohio State said he could remain on scholarship, but Frost opted to join former Buckeye Erik Haw, the backup running back who transferred to Jackson State earlier this summer.

Both players will be eligible to play immediately for the Division I-AA Tigers, who were 2-9 last season.

LoganBuck
08-18-2006, 12:56 PM
Frost has had a odd career at OSU. An Iowa commit who changed late in the process to tOSU, because of the decommittment of another brain surgeon Louis Irizzary, Irizzary recommitted to tOSU and that seems to be the point where Frost began having trouble. He has been hurt, redshirted, hurt again, changed positions, had attitude problems, and been in and out of the lineup, and now transferred. I would say that he may have been in Tressel doghouse, and known that it would take a Herculian effort to get out. We have seen some players buried at OSU because of mysterious stuff over the years, most transfer. Could be another example

Cedric
08-18-2006, 02:40 PM
Frost has had a odd career at OSU. An Iowa commit who changed late in the process to tOSU, because of the decommittment of another brain surgeon Louis Irizzary, Irizzary recommitted to tOSU and that seems to be the point where Frost began having trouble. He has been hurt, redshirted, hurt again, changed positions, had attitude problems, and been in and out of the lineup, and now transferred. I would say that he may have been in Tressel doghouse, and known that it would take a Herculian effort to get out. We have seen some players buried at OSU because of mysterious stuff over the years, most transfer. Could be another example

He was suspended for the season and supposedly was never going to be reinstated.

Think drugs.

LoganBuck
08-19-2006, 12:30 AM
Didn't want to say it. I have no evidence, so I felt it was better not to use conjecture.