Ohio State Quarterback Thinks Student-Athletes Shouldn’t Have to Go to Class, Says ‘We Ain’t Come to Play School’

by NESN Staff

October 5, 2012

Kids say the darnedest things. Division I football players say an even darneder things.

Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones recently shared his thoughts on education requirements for student-athletes, and, needless to say, it wasn’t good for the Buckeyes’ public relations department.

Jone asked, “Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play football? We ain’t come to play school, classes are pointless.”

Check out a screen grab of the tweet (that has since been deleted) below.

 

Ohio State Quarterback Thinks Student-Athletes Shouldn't Have to Go to Class, Says 'We Ain't Come to Play School'

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