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Apparently there were people throughout Ohio and the rest of the country who believed the image Tressel was selling.
Three years later, after lies and scandals have forced him out of the head coaching job at Ohio State, Tressel's book of life tips and lessons on ethics and success isn't selling quite as well. On Amazon it's ranked the 43,225th best seller and dropping fast.
That's why it is being re-released with some back cover blurbs that better capture Tressel's successes at THE Ohio State University.
Remember: Don't drink and be a rules official.
"We have more than just a hockey team we don't want," Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed wrote in a letter to Winnipeg mayor Sam Katz. "The Hawks, for example. We could give a crap about them and they're actually not too bad. You should totally take them. The Thrashers might be lonely without them. What do you say?"
Mayor Reed continued on to also offer up the Braves and Falcons.
"Again, both are pretty good and both are yours if you want them," wrote Reed. "I know you Canadians aren't into baseball too much, but you all made us have hockey teams twice, so it's only fair that you take the Braves for a while. Do you think your people would want to do the Tomahawk Chop? Most people think it's incredibly annoying, but doing it is really the only thing we Atlantans like about professional sports."
LSPSU a small, Roman Catholic college for women in rural Ohio has gained notoriety in recent years for its non-conference schedule, and school officials have been looking for a head coach that can help them be more competitive.
"We believe in forgiveness and redemption," said Sister Mary Catherine, LSPSU president. "Mr. Tressel has very publicly erred and we believe he will now be on his best behavior the kind of behavior we expect here at Little Sisters. Beyond that we just want him to coach our young women up."
Little Sisters instantly moved to snatch Tressel up due to his success against low-level competition, and he quickly accepted.
"Coaching young nuns-in-training presents a new challenge for me," said Tressel. "Both in that they are a low-level program and also for the fact that they have ethics. That's a new atmosphere for me. But I am excited. And I also don't really have any other job offers right now."