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How much do the Big Ten Media Days interest you?

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Oyster's picture

There is a new heir to the throne of England and the Ohio State Fair starts today.  I know where my priorities are this week.  Deep Fried Swiss Cheese here I come! 

Besides, anything that is newsworthy will be reported here anyway.

TMac's picture

Moderate - would approach zero if there was more actual sporting news the third week of July. There isn't much that isn't already known in today's 24 hour multi forum information overloaded world.  Buckeyes favored for the B1G, Braxton favored for OPOY, RS & Roby (he said hopefully) are right there for DPOY .......  

Hovenaut's picture

I answered yes.

Let's get on with it.

I am not very smart, but I recognize that I am not very smart.

Stinson's picture

I'm used to not caring about them because I always knew Tress was going to provide little to no information.

Urbz is a bit different in the regard.

"The height of human desire is what wins, whether it's on Normandy Beach or in Ohio Stadium." -Wayne Woodrow Hayes

4thandinches's picture

Maybe it's just me, but I'm really not sure what the point of media days are. 

I wasn't born a Buckeye but I became one as fast as I could. 

BABuckeye's picture

Maybe media days were a good forum for sharing news about playets, injuries, new schemes, etc before the internet.

IBleedSandG's picture

I'm interested in what Urban, Braxton, Mewhort and Bryant have to say, but that's about it. Well, I guess it will be interesting to see if any of the other 11 coaches make any stupid comments. But, with Bert down in Fayetteville, those comments are less likely.

"You pick up the rifle and go as hard as you can possibly go."
-UFM

XUbuckeye's picture

Moderate, it just gives me another college football fix in the summer. 

"So when you get knocked on your butt, get up, get over it, and then next time, kick their ass." - Woody Hayes 

jvd253's picture

38 days, my friend.  Thirty-eight days. 

"A guy from Ohio can make it in life if he works hard enough." - Wayne Woodrow Hayes