It's not just the writing, a lot of sports reporters are lazy in their press conferences and interviews. For whatever reason it's like nails on a chalkboard to me when a reporter tells some coach/player/whoever "Talk about X." It's like "Hey, I don't have time to figure out how to put this in the form of a question just give me my damn sound bite."
Listen for it in the next presser you watch and make a drinking game out of it. You'll be obliterated by the end of it.
There was also one where she thought the capital of Germany was Paris. That seemed like a way bigger brain fart to me than this.
Unlike Gee, though, Dr. Drake also apparently plays guitar
"Hey Ohio State, you know that new sound you lookin' for? Well listen to this!"
From the Dispatch:
Although Irvine enrolls about half the number of students as OSU, it has established itself as a prominent research university. It is ranked the No. 14 public university in the country, according to the U.S. News and World Report rankings, ahead of Ohio State, which ranks No. 16.
They had a very specific search criteria
I'm all for naming and shaming pricks like this.
Annnnnd the police department deleted their post. Guess they got tired of people berating them.
No it's a bit older, from 2009 vs. USC in Columbus, I believe.
Some of the comments on that Facebook post are cracking me up
Nobody would of done it without this guy. You clearly found the mastermind. Keep up the good work ELPD
THE West Virginia University
I want to say this is from like 2006, unless they put it up every year, which is also entirely likely.
EDIT: Yeah, it's from 2006. Shows up in this directory with 11/2006 file date
"Shut up. Just shut up, bro!"
"You had me at hello."
I'm pleasantly surprised that the Douglas Adams/Buckeyes fan combo is larger than I would have guessed.
Can't help but notice all the internet detectives circulated the wrong police report prior to this.
Gee has a great framed quote in his office by General Eric Shinseki: "If you don't like change, you're going to like irrelevance even less." I think it sums up his mentality and the approach he took to his job so perfectly.
EDIT: Beat me to it, haha