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11 Adorable Bunnies Who Don't Understand Why Urban Meyer Harbored A Serial Killer

11 Adorable Bunnies Who Don't Understand Why Urban Meyer Harbored A Serial Killer

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1. "As it's become clear that Aaron Hernandez may have been involved in at least three murders, does Urban Meyer feel any responsibility for mentoring this man?" 2. "How could Urban Meyer not have noticed a morally vacant Dexter playing on his Florida team?"

3. "Was winning national championships more important than keeping a deranged murderer away from the general population?"

4. "What exactly was Urban Meyer's role in covering up drive-by shootings and assaults that Hernandez (may have) carried out at UF?"

5. "Did Urban Meyer really think that these were isolated incidents?"

6. "Was Urban Meyer aware of Hernandez's alleged use of Angel Dust and did he ever consider that it could be part of an overall trend toward unrepentant violence and drug abuse?"

7. "When Urban Meyer vouched for Hernandez to Bill Belichek, was he simply trying to pass along a problem over which he had lost all control?"

8. "When 41 of the 121 players on Urban Meyer's 2008 National Championship team have been arrested, where exactly does the buck stop?"

9. "Did Urban Meyer really believe that having Tim Tebow intervene would be enough to stop this he-devil from unleashing his carnage wherever he goes?"

10. "While it was nice of Urban Meyer to read scripture to Hernandez, should the police have potentially been notified about the numerous violent and drug-related incidents?"

11. "At what point did Urban Meyer realize that he was covering for a savage killer and how long did it take for him to rationalize his behavior out of a desire to win?"

The Top 3 Times Ohio State Blew It In The Last Decade

The Top 3 Times Ohio State Blew It In The Last Decade

APPLY OR DIE (a friendly reminder from the good folks at Sherman Ave)

APPLY OR DIE (a friendly reminder from the good folks at Sherman Ave)