Ezekiel Elliott apologized, but now you have to wonder whether he's really sorry, because his message obviously was heard loud and clear.
Ohio State's star running back, in the wake of a loss to Michigan State last week, complained about not getting the ball enough and announced he would skip his senior season next year to enter the NFL draft.
No doubt Buckeyes Coach Urban Meyer was listening.
A week after his snit fit, Elliott got the ball on Ohio State's first play against Michigan, and by halftime he had 10 carries for 99 yards and the Buckeyes had thrown only six passes.
Elliott finished with 214 yards and two touchdowns in a...