Not sure if anyone will care about this, but Ohio State's Women's Ultimate Frisbee team is playing in a national Semifinal game today at 3:30 EST on ESPN3. (As ultimate is not an NCAA sport, the team is named Fever, not the Buckeyes). Anyways, Ohio State was seeded 6th coming into the tournament and has won five games over the past three days to advance to the semi's against #2 Carleton College. This is the first year that ESPN has televised the sport, so I don't know what sort of commentary/quality the games will be, but it should be decent. Players to watch for OSU- Paige "Diddy" Soper is a Callahan finalist (Ultimate's version of the Heisman trophy) Cassie Swafford is the regional player of the year (approximates to an All-American), and Nina Finley is the Freshman of the year for our region (roughly equal to a freshman All-American). Basic rules- seven on the field at a time (the field is 70 yards by 40 yards, with 25 yard endzones), games are played to 15, you score a point by catching the frisbee in the endzone, and after you catch the frisbee, you can't run with it. After every point the scoring team "kicks off" or pulls to the other team, and play continues. The really unique thing about Ultimate is called Spirit of the Game. Basically, there aren't referee's and the games are self officiated. The "refs" that you will see on the field are called observers, and they basically only get involved to mediate any disputes that might arise. I'll be checking back and forth all day in case I can help answer any questions about the game/sport, and Go Bucks!