Almost certainly not plagiarism. It's only a possibility if it was on something small, not a paper or test.
I taught a few classes as a grad student. Some of the students cheated on homework. Not a big deal (but seriously, don't cheat). If you can't prove it, you can't do anything about it. This includes warning the students, as they can now sue you for accusing them of cheating. You have to do everything through the university so there's no possible (valid) lawsuit.
However, one of the professors found a group of students who cheated on an exam in an intro class, and they all got booted from the university. So, don't cheat. Also, TG didn't cheat on a test, or he wouldn't be allowed back (or there would be no punishment for lack of evidence).
Not really sure what the point of this is. My undergrad (MAC school) made you regularly give access to all social media accounts for someone on the coaching staff to look through. And this was 6-7 years ago. Unless they're catfishing of course.
All of their exams have to be taken orally, since no one can read.
Williams sure needs some help. It's sad that he's in a position as a role model. Hopefully they get him the help he needs, and a short leash.
Damn. Get well soon. Achilles seems like one of the scariest injuries to me.
Medicals are evaluated at the end of your normal career. If he takes a redshirt and gets hurt again, or if he comes back for some snaps at the end of this year, he can apply for a medical after 2-3 years here.
Same as for normal players. If he doesn't play this year, it's a redshirt. Medical redshirts are looked at at the end of your time, and you have to apply. If he has a lot of injury time, he could redshirt now and take another medical year later.
That's horrible news; I feel bad for George. But he's incredibly lucky that they found it now. Sometimes kids fall down at a high school practice and don't get up, and now he gets a better chance at a long and rewarding life.
I was a math major, and I think he's making up numbers, likely after a few drinks.
Nope, Cleveland will f that up too.
Saban's the only one short enough to play Stewie.
the Southeastern Ohio crowd.
DJ wasn't very good at geography in school. He thought Cincinnati was in Kentucky, but corrected it to Ohio at least.
1) Barrett was always the starter, but he broke his ankle.
2) Outside of Thomas, all of our presumed starters got injured.
3) We put Warinner in the box, and things magically improved. And yes, Warinner was calling the plays all season.
I love the whole #HireBeck thing, but seriously, our offensive identity was demolished with injuries. This season should go well after some bumps if we have a healthy set of starters.
Coffee connoisseurs would never recommend pouring over the grounds twice. This would be overextraction, just like doubling the time on a French press, and lead to something really bitter
Your daily reminder not to drink and drive.
The best upgrade for coffee is filtered water, or distilled if you wish. With hard water, it's harder to dissolve the coffee to make it through the filter, which leads to a weaker cup than with filtered/distilled.
Are we sure the vomiting was because of Ash? I just thought it was an "I play for Rutgers" realization.
I take mine black
Couldn't pass this up.
Honestly, they'll all pretty good. I've used Sandisk for years and PNY some recently. Sandisk Ultra is crap (not sure about the Fit above) and several have died in a short amount of time, but Sandisk Extreme is like a solid state drive and very, very fast.
So you don't hold Urban/Johnson to a very high standard. I guess they didn't train up Bosa/Washington/Lewis/Hubbard/Holmes very well.
Just poking fun. I know we have a lot of spots to fill, but I think every coach has shown that he can pick starters and have them running at a high level in the near future. With the exception of Barrett and WRs last year with injuries of course.