The solution is so simple I'm shocked neither of you two has seen the light. I present the designated free throw shooter. You have one player that is allowed to come on and shoot free throws in place of your worst FT shooter. If he makes it he is allowed to be substituted out, but if he misses he has to stay in the game until the next dead ball.
I remember him getting in fight with the offensive coordinator when they were on the Oilers staff I think. What a competitor.
I figured the big news would be the new replacement for Birm.
As did 95% of 11W.
How about the Escorts?
You're correct. It's not similar at all. What's the enrollment at the MAC schools compared to McComb, Leipsic, Pandora-Gilboa, and Vanlue? Those are teams that would probably all be in the bottom division no matter how many the OHSAA created. What does the strength of the two conferences have to do with anything anyways? That's like saying only B1G players can play in the NFL. Furthermore, the number of titles that the BVC has is in no way indicative of whether or not one offensive tackle from the conference will be successful at Ohio State.
I think Mr. Cupp is facing a tremendous uphill climb, but to simply discount his abilities based on where he went to high school is silly. After all, our offensive line coach went to Fostoria St. Wendelin, and they don't even have 20 kids on their football team most years.
Agreed. Mark Titus is currently unemployed and has a twitter following 10 times the size of Beau. That would've been huge news.
I don't think bringing Bishop on is going to expand the brand of 11W as his appeal is somewhat limited in my opinion.
The Lightning have been a pretty solid franchise since they started. You're right about not lumping them in with the Panthers.
Surprised that they're adding teams and not moving one. I can't believe the Coyotes or the
Hartford Whalers Hurricanes aren't on the chopping block.
Yeah he has some tools, but I think his poor discipline at the plate will show up big at this level. Upton is not really living up to potential and Maybin is hurt every other day. I don't think they can bring Tyler Collins back up after he flipped off the fans earlier in the year. Gose is still hitting right around .200 in Toledo so that doesn't look like a viable option either. If we're not above .500 at the break I hope they become sellers instead of wasting what little talent they have in the farm system to finish third in the division.
I was really hoping for a split in that series with KC. With the injury to J.D. Martinez I'm wondering if the Tigers can do enough to stay within striking distance. I was glad to see Rondon pitched well yesterday, but it seems like he's supposed to have been the next big thing for the better part of 5 years. I hope Boyd and Norris can get things squared away in Toledo and make something happen for the big club yet this season.
Some good advice in this thread so far. I think you'll be alright with that GPA transferring in from Otterbein. It wouldn't hurt to try a second time if you don't make it the first. I know when I was at OSU in the early 2000's there were people that didn't get accepted as a transfer right away and had to try a few times before they got in. Another thought is maybe look into trying to get accepted in for Agricultural Business and Applied Economics. The College of Food, Ag, and Environmental Sciences is a little less competitive to gain entry to, and if you can get your grades where they need to be you can always switch to Fisher College of Business.
Much better than the free Ramblings
Popular name on the internet these days... Boaty McBoatface.
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I figured you'd have something more like this: