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Friday, September 02, 2011

You're never too young for a Buckstache

I really thought Know Your Foe would be the last post of the day here on the Friday before Michigan's first home game of the 2011 season.  But obviously I forgot we live in a world with Buckeyes and their fans. 

Remember the 17-year-old kid, Jared Cano, who was plotting recently to blow up his high school in Florida?  Well, he was moved to a new jail on Thursday after prosecutors decided to try him as an adult.  And guess what he was wearing when he arrived at his new adult jail home yesterday?  Go on, guess.  Voila!...

Yep!  He's a Buckeye fan!


According to the news story linked above, at one point during the process, Cano was seen laughing.  Probably because he knows that, in prison, he'll be able to get all the tattoos he wants for free and the NCAA won't be able to do a damn thing about it.

Looking at that picture again, I swear that's not a shadow under the kid's nose.  That's a Buckstache!

(HT: Gerd)


phil said...

He told his criminal defense attorney:
"Not everybody's the perfect person in the world. I mean everyone kills people, murders people, blows up your high school, blows up my high school, whatever. I think that people need a second chance, and I've always looked up to Terrelle Pryor, and I always will."

(this quote never gets old.....at least to me)

Yost said...

That makes two of us, Phil.

justthinking said...


bigGexpress said...

There are 11.6 million people in living in ohio. So to Yost and JT and every other sane person I would say that makes 4.03 billion - 11.6 million. Roughly 4.2 billion that don't understand what ohio is thinking.