It is ridiculous that you can hospitalize someone with a brain injury due to your negligence and you get basically no punishment. I'm sure Schiano was broken up about it and is very remorseful but I don't think the punishment fits the crime. JT Barrett got punished more for driving drunk but not hurting anyone than Schiano did for this. That doesn't seem right.
We do know who was at fault.
Minor correction here...
It is better to call this a collision rather than an "accident". "Accident" implies that no one is at fault.
Cars kill tens of thousands of people each year. There's no reason to assume the cyclist was at fault. Giving the early hour this was probably someone biking into work. This wasn't a drunk college kid or crazy pizza delivery guy.
I think you mean that the Chargers want offset language and Bosa is trying to get rid of it. This could be worth a few million dollars. He's smart to fight it. I'm just basing this off of reading another article. Here it is: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d82a72b56/article/whats-the-holdup-for-top-picks-getting-signed-offset-language
Never hit a woman and never date a woman who thinks it is ok to hit a man.
They need something like the gold pants OSU has. A ring is way too over the top.
Oh this is terrible for all involved. I feel so sorry for his family and his friends who were likely there and witnessed it. I'm sure it will haunt them the rest of their lives.
When I was in college I was hiking around Lake Geneva, outside Madison, WI. The guys I was with wanted to swim across the lake. One had been a college swimmer. I went along, over confident in my own abilities. I hadn't swam for distance ever. It didn't look far but it was a mile across at that spot and I had been drinking heavily the night before. My legs cramped up in the middle and I was saved by a fisherman. I imagine this may have been a similar case only he wasn't lucky enough to have someone there to rescue him.
This doesn't sound like a Ponzi scheme. It sounds like a bad investment with a guy who got paid a fee for getting them to invest. This actually doesn't sound that unusual. Even retirement account managers get fees. The problem was that the company wasn't worthy of the investment.
I think one of his brothers was good enough. The problem was that they were a package deal. The brother who plays LB was a competing for a starting job last summer as a true freshman before he got injured. I would say he was Ohio State caliber.
I also get a bad feeling with how he arrived at FNL and transferring schools. I don't know if that's him or parents but I see this ending badly. Maybe he comes to OSU and maybe he doesn't but I don't see him starting at this point.
Harbaugh is clearly on the autism spectrum. That's not a good thing or a bad thing but it is very unusual for a head coach.
This little shit deserves to have his jaw broken.
I was playing rugby in college and went to give someone my signature stiff arm. The tackler shifted as the last minute and my thumb and his face made contact at a weird angle. The thumb took the force of the collision and rather than bending backward it instead went back into the palm of my hand. It was a mess. The lower knuckle went back into the fleshy part. It was just a dislocation but I would have been better off if I broke it. 12 years later it is still screwed up. 3 labral tears and shoulder surgery was nowhere near as bad.
Also, I do not recommend the hospital in Lima. That place was terrible. I should have had my teamates drive me to Cleveland.
I totally know what Maurice is saying.
Who is buying it? Is it just Auburn fans looking to troll Bama? I'm thinking of the guys at SEC media days with the Auburn shorts and OSU shirts and hats...
It seems like the writing is on the wall for Nuernberger. He wasn't a good kicker last year so we brought in another for this year and signed a guy for 2017.
As an Eds grad I'm no fan of this move. Eds plays a quality schedule and Coach Flan also coaches for USA Basketball so I doubt he will receive better coaching.
When I was in high school I saw the Coach Flan leading a tour of St Eds for Lebron James, who was then in the fall of his sophomore year. I'm assuming he was thinking about transferring. This was the year they had alumni named the Pac-10 and Conference USA players of the year and had a senior who was a McDonald's All Anerican. They have gone from that to guys transferring out. That's crazy.
The one X factor here is the home situation. He's going to a boarding school. There may be any number of things that he might want to get away from that don't necessarily reflect poorly on his family or anything. Maybe he wants some more freedom and his parents want to create a little distance between him and a girl or some friends.
While still in high school this kid had his whole bedroom decked out in Ohio State stuff. It's crazy that he's not going to OSU. WVU is a shit school in a shit city. There is no academic or social reason to go there.