Ohio State Football Player Quits Team During Team's Game Against Akron
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Toward the end of the first half against Akron on Saturday night, Ohio State linebacker K’Vaughan Pope reportedly threw his gloves into the stands, stormed off the field and quit. Per Lettermen Row...
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After trying to run out on the field in a substitution package in the second quarter on Saturday night against Akron, the senior linebacker was waved off by teammate Teradja Mitchell. Once getting back to the sideline, a visibly upset Pope started walking down the sideline by himself and was heading back to the locker room on his own.

Eventually he was corralled by Buckeyes staffer C.J. Barnett in the south end zone, and Pope was guided back to the sideline. Once there, though, Pope took off his gloves and threw them into the stands and began removing his Ohio State jersey — which apparently caught the attention of coach Ryan Day. After another conversation with multiple staffers, Pope was then led to the locker room while the game was ongoing.

Filed Under: NCAA Football
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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12 Comments
I can’t say I disagree with his thoughts about Ohio state.
Reply2 months
Agree
2 months
This is your newest generation. Quitters.
Reply2 months
I wonder if he understands that you do not get to collect unemployment for quitting the football team...
2 months
He'll probably get a Stimulus Check from Biden!
2 months
Why is he allergic to the letter "K"?
Reply2 months
Guess he wasn't good enough at taccling.
Reply2 months
Given the unusual application of the letter “K” in his own name, you would think he would gladly use a “K” in all spellings where appropriate.
Reply2 months
We could use him.
Reply2 months
No chest?
Reply2 months
Can they even spell these days?
Reply2 months
Lsu transfer portal
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