Former Ohio State Player Calls Out ESPN Analyst

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first_imgTwo Ohio State football helmetsNEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: Ezekiel Elliott #15 of the Ohio State Buckeye helmet is seen on the sidelines prior to the start of the game during the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)A former Ohio State football player has taken to Twitter to call out an ESPN college football analyst.Former Buckeyes’ running back/wide receiver Dontre Wilson called out Joey Galloway, who starred at Ohio State, too.Wilson didn’t seem to be happy with what Galloway was saying on ESPN [email protected]_Galloway Bruh Be acting like he Went to Fichigan Or something . Don’t never be holding it down for @OhioStateFB— Dontre Wilson (@treydayy_) December 2, 2018Galloway responded:“I’m paid to be a national analyst & be objective.Clearly you can’t think it makes sense that Jesse rep Florida,Pollack rep Georgia,Rece Alabama and me & Herb OSU? What exactly would that show look like?” he tweeted.I’m paid to be a national analyst & be objective.Clearly you can’t think it makes sense that Jesse rep Florida,Pollack rep Georgia,Rece Alabama and me & Herb OSU? What exactly would that show look like? https://t.co/h8kFFztPFB— joey galloway (@Joey_Galloway) December 2, 2018Wilson then responded, too:We both know you gotta do what you have to in order to keep your Job. That’s the furthest thing away from what im getting at . It just feels like no one on CFBL Respects @OhioStateFB even the Alum. You feel me?— Dontre Wilson (@treydayy_) December 2, 2018No I don’t feel you when you mention where I went to school as if it should affect the way I do my JOB. Now that you are no longer at OSU I would expect you to understand being a professional.— joey galloway (@Joey_Galloway) December 2, 2018It’s certainly been a frustrating day for Buckeye Nation, as 12-1 Ohio State missed the College Football Playoff.last_img

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