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McGloin feels no sympathy for Ohio State players going through sanctions

October 24, 2012 - Cory Giger
Matt McGloin has a way of speaking his mind, which is why his weekly teleconference is a must listen.

Just like the Penn State players had nothing to do with the issues that led to NCAA sanctions, neither did the current Ohio State players.

McGloin was asked Wednesday if he has any sympathy for the Buckeye players, and he gave a candid response.

"No, absolutely not," he said. "After what we've gone through, I don't feel bad for anybody or any program."

McGloin also had a humorous response about how he and coach Bill O'Brien are similar.

"We're Irish men," he said. "We have a bit of angriness about us. ... We can both fly off the handle at any second.”

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