Maybe sex offender with multiple convictions Charles Eric Waugh would fit in better at Penn State? The Ohio State Buckeyes fan
has a Twitter page had a Twitter page which has since been deleted, voicing his proud allegiance to OSU, but considering his criminal history of possessing child pornography, maybe he should be a Nittany Lions fan.
Then again, I’ve met plenty of creepy Buckeye fans too. Penn State University may be the lowest form of life in the Big Ten, but OSU isn’t that all far behind. Making fun of the sliminess of both fan bases is just too easy.
The Lantern, Ohio State’s student newspaper, obtained a copy of an email sent from Doug Archie, the school’s athletic director for compliance, to all OSU athletes. The Lantern quoting what Archie wrote:
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“We strongly recommend that you take the steps (see links below) to block his access to your Twitter and Facebook accounts. In addition, we’ve enclosed a photograph and a link to a news article regarding this individual. As a reminder, the individuals who you associate with on social networking sites (i.e., Twitter, Facebook) can have negative implications on your reputation and the university. Please remember to choose your ‘social media friends’ carefully!”
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