Former Ohio State LB K’Vaughan Pope Shares Lengthy List Of Allegations Against Buckeyes In Fiery Twitter Rant

K'Vaughan Pope Posts List Of Issue With Ohio State's Football Program

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  • Former Ohio State linebacker K’Vaughan Pope put the Buckeyes football program on blast on Twitter
  • Pope shared a lengthy list of his issues with the team and its coaching staff after quitting the team in the middle of a game earlier this season
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Over the weekend, former Ohio State cornerback Marcus Williamson decided to stir up some controversy during the Rose Bowl when he tore into his former program on Twitter.

While his accusations against Urban Meyer garnered the most attention, Williamson also didn’t shy away from ripping into Ryan Day and the rest of the current coaching staff while watching the showdown from the comfort of his own home after opting to retire from football instead of making the trip of Pasadena.

Williamson may not have quit in the middle of a game, but the same can’t be said for his former teammate K’Vaughan Pope. During Ohio State’s contest against Akron State in September, the senior linebacker walked off the field midgame before tweeting “F—k Ohio State,” a series of decisions that unsurprisingly led to his dismissal from the team.

On Monday night, Pope echoed some of the sentiments Williamson shared when he belatedly celebrated Festivus by channeling his inner Martin Luther and posting a list of grievances on Twitter—the bulk of which were aimed at Day and the rest of the team’s coaches.

It’s pretty easy to dismiss those allegations as a collection of issues shared by a disgruntled player with an agenda, but when you combine them with what Williamson had to say, it’s also kind of hard to discount the possibility Ohio State is grappling with some fairly concerning problems as far as the culture of its football program is concerned.