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Mahone joins YSU as walk-on, can’t play until 2015

Wolford = "dead" coach walking

Mahone = Bum

YSU Football = third rate contender
4-8 in 2014

August 28, 2014 at 1:19 p.m. suggest removal

Mahone joins YSU as walk-on, can’t play until 2015

" I investigated the whole situation in a lot of different ways."

I believe that Wolford investigated the fact that during his coaching tenure YSU has been pretty darn lousy on the field and that getting this POS would fill a hole on the depth chart. You can bet that he will eventually get a free-ride that in all likelihood has been promised by Wolford.

Granted, the kid can't play until 2015 and as a walk-on is not receiving scholarship money. But he received a pretty light slap on the wrist from the justice system (try assaulting a police officer and see what happens to you) after his incident in June. I posted back then that this kid would wind up at YSU and I was correct.

YSU under Wolford has been third-rate and just plain lousy. Is it any wonder that he would add this bum to the roster?

August 27, 2014 at 8:24 a.m. suggest removal

Poland Village residents raise concerns about proposed historic ordinance

Government and busy-bodies intruding upon the personal freedoms of the individual by dictating standards and policies that must be adhered to by a private property owner.

The government has no capital or investment in the property but wants to restrict the owner from the freedom to enjoy that which he owns by making renovations, improvements, or additions unless approved.

Safety or well-being of the public is not an issue. In this case it is a group of individuals who want to exert authority upon others.

Property owners need to stand up for their freedom to enjoy the fruits of their own labor (ownership of property and the ability to do with that property as THEY see fit) by telling the planning commission to go jump in a lake.


August 22, 2014 at 9:11 a.m. suggest removal

Do you believe the officer accused of shooting Michael Brown in Ferguson will get indicted?

No indictment but he will be dragged under the biased media's 24/7 play-the-racecard agenda calling for him to be prosecuted vigorously.

This officer should sue the governor of Missouri for violating his civil right to a fair trial by tainting any potential jury pool with inflammatory comments and pronouncements.

August 21, 2014 at 2:16 p.m. suggest removal

Bill would urge Cleveland Indians to change name

How about "The Crimson Hides" ?

August 7, 2014 at 8:20 a.m. suggest removal

John Dellick not guilty of aggravated menacing

Yes, normal people know how to control their emotions and are mature enough to deal with adult issues in a mature way. And healthy relationships are based on trust and respect.

But when it comes to love (or what someone perceives as love) some people can do some pretty looney stuff.


"If I can't have you, then no one can."

"That girl/guy is driving me crazy."

"I'll stop at nothing to make you love me."

"If you ever leave me, I'll make you pay for hurting me."

"I'll make sure that you won't be seeing other people by keeping my eye on you no matter where you are."

I'll bet most of us know men who are driven nuts by a woman or a woman driven nuts by some guy. We find it hard to believe that they stay together but they do...despite statistics.

July 29, 2014 at 2:49 p.m. suggest removal

John Dellick not guilty of aggravated menacing

Jury finds him not guilty....so deal with it folks. That is the way our system works.

It may very well be that he is not fully to blame for the incident with the girl. Who knows the dynamics of their relationship.

SHE could actually be the one in control and knows how to push his buttons to elicit the desired response.

Don't say it's not possible. A woman can drive a guy to do some pretty goofy stuff by playing mind games and messing with his emotions and fears.

July 29, 2014 at 12:53 p.m. suggest removal

Dellick trial begins in municipal court

Looks like the young lady's testimony will do little to help the prosecution's case.

She probably likes him but also has conflicted feelings as well.

Not unlike couples who have stayed together for years despite long histories of physical/mental abuse.

Maybe someone in her family or circle of friends can remind her that Chris Brown and Rhyanna have the same type of relationship......one that just keeps becoming more violent and abusive with each subsequent event.

July 29, 2014 at 11:01 a.m. suggest removal

Fitch, Notre Dame player sentenced for assault, disorderly

Looks as though this light tap on the wrist will allow this POS to begin summer drills with a lower division college ( my bet is on YSU ) in time to be ready for the upcoming season.

This is an affront to the police officers who had to deal with the difficult and dangerous situation in arresting him, the racial threats, and the hospital personnel who were also placed into the equation.

This POS will be in trouble again and real soon.

July 24, 2014 at 9:01 a.m. suggest removal

Mahoning commissioners place CSB levy on Nov. ballot




July 17, 2014 at 11:39 a.m. suggest removal



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