Marcus Hall apologizes for behavior Saturday

Ohio State’s Marcus Hall took to Twitter on Sunday afternoon to apologize for his actions in Saturday’s scuffle at Michigan. Hall was ejected for his role in the second-quarter mixup – along with teammate Dontre Wilson and a Michigan player. On his way to the tunnel, Hall threw his helmet to the ground, kicked the bench and made an obscene gesture to the crowd. Read his apology in this post.

[ MORE: AP: Urban Meyer will not suspend ejected Buckeyes ]

Here’s a photo of the scuffle:

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akble on 12/1/2013 @ 8:41pm EDT Said:

Being highly competitive and wired as an A I can relate to such actions. The only way you learn is to pay a price. Sitting out the remainder of the game and the bad PR enough? Is his apology sincere? I would leave such judgment of a 19-22 year old to the Coach and the school. Neither has reputation of making such decisions well so this may be good test.

delmar1950 on 12/2/2013 @ 7:36am EDT Said:

Think you Marcus you shown that you are sorry for your action and have own up know more is need . As a former athlete I know that we sometimes lose are cool and lose control and thing like this can happen so your apologize is accepted by me and hopefully the rest of the college football nation. GO BUCKS

Stinger32 on 12/2/2013 @ 1:21pm EDT Said:

Where’s MIller’s apology? Oh wait, he was being a “leader”…..

Captain Hindsight on 12/2/2013 @ 1:56pm EDT Said:

Well said Urban Mey… I mean Marcus Hall.

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