Friday, January 30, 2009

Santonio Holmes Reveals Even More

TAMPA BAY, FLA - It's been a pretty tame Super Bowl week, with the exception of Steelers WR Santonio Holmes not-so-shocking admission that he sold drugs when he was in school:

"My friends were always doing it, and I felt comfortable doing it at the time," Holmes said. "As the years (passed), I just felt like that wasn't what I wanted to do. I wanted to play football. I don't want to end up like a lot of my friends: in jail, standing on the corner, not going to school."

The story goes on to say that Holmes avoided detection by going to school then heading out to sell. That's for all you Tressel haters that say his kids don't go to class! We're wondering how Holmes was able to differentiate between a corner route and a street corner

And because we've been labeled as Buckeye apologists on this site, here's some negativity: When I think Santonio Holmes and his Ohio State career, it still amazes me that a team with Holmes, Ginn, Pittman and Troy Smith running the show managed a whopping 10 points in Happy Valley and couldn't break into the top 20 offenses in college football that year. I still argue that talent wise, it was Tressel's best team and it should have won a title. Nice job Ryan Hamby and Jim Bollman.


Anonymous said...

I like how you photoshopped him in John Amaechi's shower.

Literal Jim said...

His gentalia can't be as big as that logo indicates right?

Anonymous said...

Just stop. He did what he had to do to survive. Now quit bashing him for it.

Bill Schneider
THE Ohio State University
Class of '91

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