Ohio State football talk.
According to this, Ohio State is seeking applicants.
Could you even imagine? It would be a great gig but as with anything tOSU football, expectations would be high and I don't think that this job would come with much time for sleep. Famed '15.
OSU 2011 - Toledo Law 2014
This would require a ton of energy and a lot of hard work. You don't want to disappoint Pantoni but you definitely don't want to disappoint his boss.
be a ton of work
Although it'd be cool to be around the team and the coaches, etc., this has to be a really miserable job in terms of compensation for hours worked. Doesn't Pantoni make like $80k per year? If that's true, his assistant isn't going to make more than half that right? So you're going to make around $40k or so per year to work 100 hours a week in a super high stress environment where you're too tired to even enjoy being around the team? Sounds awesome.
Waiting on Chief to rid the United States military of the use of its hundreds thousands of acronyms.
That's the foot in the door. Urban didn't start at the top.
The postgame show is brought to you by... Christ, I can't find it. The hell with it...
Snooze buttons are not allowed for those working under Myer.
Would that entitle me to preferred student seating without having to wait in line?
(Big Nut wants to know, but is afraid to ask)
Acronyms are hard to remember.
I thought it was odd that the candidate must have 1 year coaching experience - that is one way of weeding out everyone plus - if your willing to run with the big boys - you're gonna have to learn how to walk first.
NCAA 14 counts, right?
"Football is, after all, a wonderful way to get rid of your aggressions without going to jail for it." -Woody Hayes
I was the coordinator of midget football for two years. Does that count?
Sure, I'd say that counts.