Ohio State University assistant football coach carjacked by teenagers in Cleveland, school says

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An Ohio State assistant football coach was carjacked by teenagers in Cleveland on Monday, according to the school.

An Ohio State spokesman confirmed to WSYX on Tuesday morning that the coach, who was not identified, “is fine and back recruiting.”

According to a report on Cleveland.com, the website for the Plain Dealer’s, four teens were in the middle of a “carjacking spree” before they all were arrested.

It happened near the Ginn Academy, an all-boys school founded by Ted Ginn Sr., the legendary football coach at Glenville High School who has been sending star players to Ohio State since early in the Jim Tressel era, including his son, Ted Ginn Jr.

College football coaches are busy on the recruiting trail this month ahead of signing day Dec. 20.

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