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UPDATE: Landry Jones' tires stolen from truck

Posted on: November 16, 2011 12:13 pm
Edited on: November 16, 2011 3:19 pm
 


Posted by Tom Fornelli

That's a photo of Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones' truck. You may notice that it no longer has tires on it, which are essential to automobiles, for they cannot travel without them. Which no doubt made it very hard for Jones to get to practice on Tuesday, but there was some good news for Jones, and that was that he didn't have to call the police to conduct an investigation.

Actually, it turns out that he did need to involve the police.

In an update to his original story on Jones' truck, The Oklahoman's Travis Haney is now reporting that this was not a prank pulled by Oklahoma linebacker Tom Wort. It turns out that Jones' tires actually were stolen. According to Haney, an Oklahoma player told him on Wednesday afternoon that the while everybody may have thought this was a joke, Jones really did have his tires stolen. He had to buy a new set on Wednesday morning, and the culprit is yet to be found.

Though if I'm Jones, I'm still not exactly thrilled with how funny Tom Wort finds all of this.



Comments

Since: Sep 4, 2006
Posted on: November 16, 2011 6:33 pm
 

UPDATE: Landry Jones' tires stolen from truck

There are actually some players who's parents have decent paying jobs and take care of their kids while they are in college. 
And Landry's parents aren't hurting for money, that's for sure.




Since: Jun 15, 2011
Posted on: November 16, 2011 3:36 pm
 

UPDATE: Landry Jones' tires stolen from truck

Nice truck, where's the NCAA investigation?

Nice home (nicer than Reggie Bush's neighborhood, Spring Valley), where's the NCAA investigation?
There are actually some players who's parents have decent paying jobs and take care of their kids while they are in college.  




Since: May 26, 2007
Posted on: November 16, 2011 1:33 pm
 

Tom Wort stole Landry Jones' tires

Nice truck, where's the NCAA investigation?

Nice home (nicer than Reggie Bush's neighborhood, Spring Valley), where's the NCAA investigation?


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