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Let’s honor Woody Hayes by getting smashed and driving on the street named after him!

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on July 28, 2008

As head coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes, Hayes led his teams to a 205-61-10 record (.761), including three national championships (1954, 1957 and 1968), 13 Big Ten conference championships, and four of the team’s eight Rose Bowl appearances. Hayes considered the “greatest victory” of his career the 42-21 win over the University of Southern California during the 1974 Rose Bowl. Three-time winner of The College Football Coach of the Year Award Hayes was the subject of more varied and colorful anecdotal material than any other coach past or present, including fabled Knute Rockne.

So yeah he’s a really big deal in Ohio. So what’s the best way to honor the man, myth and legacy? Starting Ohio State defensive tackle Doug Worthington has the answer!!

Get a DUI just outside Ohio Stadium, on Woody Hayes Drive. Brilliant!!!

Something about that picture of Worthington that makes me think:

“Hey babe, how ya doin’?”

According to the incident report from OSU police, Worthington was cited for driving his white Cadillac Escalade 41 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour zone & his blood alcohol content was between .08 and .17 on a breath test.

Worthington was arrested over the weekend and charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. According to OSU campus police records, he was charged at 3:13 a.m. Saturday.

He is a starting defensive tackle and a redshirt junior who started 11 games for the Buckeyes last season.

He could be facing a hearing before a faculty and student panel which would determine whether he faces a potential suspension from school. He also faces wrath of the coaching staff during preseason practice & demotion on the depth chart.

But that’s ok. He was just honoring good ole Woody. The kid is 20. He’s not supposed to be drinking at all but that’s beside the point. My guess is there definitely has to be disciplinary action because he deserves it, & also to set the right precedent something I’ll admit Ohio State is good at.

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