The fallout from what started as a symbolic gesture of allegiance by Logan Tuley-Tillman to the school for which he currently has every intention of playing football has gotten flat-out ugly. Since Tuley-Tillman shared with the world the burning effigy that was a flaming Ohio State letter, the Michigan commit and his family have been receiving death threats. And now, after Tuley-Tillman’s fellow Michigan commit Kyle Bosch threatened violence in defense of his future teammate, we have somebody new delivering another top-notch foot-in-mouth performance.
Ohio State fan Harrison Watson kept up the theme of violence when he channeled Gregg Williams in a tweet he sent placing a $2,000 bounty on Tuley-Tillman. Watson smartly has since deleted said tweet, but thanks to Deadspin, we can confirm Erica Albright’s assertion that the Internet is written in ink:
Good ol’ Harry, whom we don’t know much about other than he works in online marketing, on Thursday issued an apology on his website: