That's perhaps most true for Jones, the Ohio State national championship winning quarterback who has had his fair share of fun on social media the past few weeks. He created a fake holiday by pretending to transfer, begged the Cleveland Indians to let him throw out a ceremonial first pitch and got into a war of words with Joakim Noah.
"Cardale is just being typical Cardale," roommate Tyvis Powell recently told BuckeyeSports.com. "Cardale doesn't censor himself. If he feels like he wants to say it, he's going to say it."
That once famously got Jones in trouble, but BSB editor Jeff Svoboda tells Scott Kennedy that there's nothing wrong with the way the loose Buckeyes use Twitter these days.