Ohio State football staffer used Trayvon Martin photo to stress 'no hoods' in the building rule

Jan 5, 2022

Columbus Dispatch columnist Rob Oller confirmed Tuesday that while Urban Meyer was the coach of the Ohio State football team a staffer used a photo of Trayvon Martin to amplify a team rule that said players couldn't wear hoodies in the football building.

The news came about during a barrage of tweets sent by former Ohio State defensive back Marcus Williamson, who said he retired from football before the Buckeyes' Rose Bowl game on Saturday.

Source: The Columbus Dispatch