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Crimson


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Comment 16 Sep 2014

Gotta love this effort by Jalin on Devin's touchdown.

http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=espn:11520014&startTime=00:34

I'm not sure if there's a way to embed a general video clip, since it's on espn.

Comment 14 Sep 2014

I think it's pretty clear.  They're both dating the same girl, and she told them both that they are her one and only.  :)

Comment 11 Sep 2014

I posted something more relevant in the other thread, but there are other references to today around the shoe if you look.

Remember 9/11
Comment 11 Sep 2014

Today was a good day to pay my respects, so I went over to find his brick.

It's hard to find, but this is where to look if you want to find it.
 

Comment 25 Aug 2014

I agree that our corners will frequently be playing press, but I disagree that they'll also necessarily be frequently playing man.  As I understand it (from Ross), they'll be pattern matching.  This could mean that they play man with the guy that they press, man with a different receiver/TE/RB, or they could drop into a zone.  If this isn't the case, let me know.

Comment 19 Aug 2014

Matt Flynn isn't special.  He's good, but he isn't an NFL starter.  480 yards and 6 TDs?  Yeah, but it was against the Lions.*  I could probably do that, and I've never played QB in my life.

*And I'm a Lions fan.

Comment 12 Aug 2014

I've noticed in several articles that the font size varies from sentence to sentence.  See here for an example.  Maybe you can build in a default style or let all of the writers know.  (When I paste to word, it says they are different fonts as well, but only in IE.)

Comment 11 Aug 2014

If you're worried about the processor, there's a few things you should check before you go to a repair guy.

1.  Check what programs are running.  You can use Ctrl + Alt + Del and the task manager (show from all users or show hidden programs), or check Resource Monitor, under Programs > Accessories > System Tools.  If there are programs eating up a bunch of your processor, search google for them and close them if they aren't necessary.  There are programs that hide by default, so you want to find elevated access.

2.  This goes along with 1, but antivirus search can run in the background, as can Windows Update.  If one of those is the problem, consider a new antivirus, or change windows update so that it only runs manually.  Windows Update can be a pain, and it sometimes runs half of your processor until you check for updates if you aren't connected to the internet.

3.  Look at Programs and Features in the Control Panel.  Uninstall every program you have never, and will never, use.  Especially with Windows 8, they can run without you knowing.

4.  Under Run or Search, type in msconfig.  You can disable some programs from running on startup, which will also help you boot faster.  Less programs running is always better.

Comment 05 Aug 2014

Tracy Sprinkle gets a second chance.  Good for him.

Can we please use this as an example to treat our own players with respect before they get their day in court?  The calls for him to be thrown off the team permanently and face hard jail time based on less than 24 hours of news is completely unfair to our players.  We're all supposed to be Buckeyes, and I suggest we show restraint from throwing our players under the bus until things play out.  People seem happy with the outcome today, after all.