Makes you wonder if an NCAA investigator is going to sniff around Columbus to see how Clarett was able to maintain eligibility for 2 semesters.
Why Pro Wrestling proves the INS cannot keep terrorists out of the United States: If a felon like Nathan Jones is allowed into the United States with no special skills (unless being totally inept in the ring counts, but I think there are enough totally inept people in the US to keep that skill from being unique or special), then how the hell can they justify keeping anyone else out?
You never know...three months before the draft there was no way Willis McGahee was going to be a first round pick either. A lot can happen, both in regards to Clarett and the other top RBs coming out, that could influence his draft status.
Since he was clearly just using Ohio State as a vehicle to make the NFL, and given his attitudes toward his pro future, is it really a surprise that he doesn't care whether he passes his courses - gym or otherwise?
Anecdotally, it seems that most of the potential Pro Bowl players that are Super Bowl teams beg off from the game. I'm not a big fan of playing on the same field, in case they tear it up or it rains or what not.