The Big Ten sets night games before the season. This season's night games have been determined. The Michigan State game will not be a night game.
Columbus was ahead of the times, with the first restaurant offering Pan-Asian cuisine.
Years ago, you used to be able to see one of the gates to the park on North Street.
This site has several photos of the park:
A website on Indianola Park: http://www.indianolapark.com/
I look at it like Grambling and Southern, who do not participate in the FCS Playoffs because they play the Bayou Classic, which is played during the FCS playoffs. They determined that the Bayou Classic is more important to them than the FCS Playoffs, by not moving the Bayou Classic, just like Army and Navy made the decision not to move the Navy/Army game
Chris Weber and Maurice Taylor had some help from Ed Martin to make ends meet.
After the renovation, I'm not sure that a soccer field will fit in Ohio Stadium.
The 65 lb striped bass is ridiculous:
WHO HAS IT BETTER THAN OHIO STATE RIGHT NOW?
Nice! Very nice!
Showing my age, but when I was a kid, I remember going to Big Bear in Columbus to check the magazine rack for Athlon's Big Ten magazine (as well as Street & Smith's)
These covers bring back a lot of memories:
Sort of off-topic, but I find it a little odd that both Urban and Marotti are tie-less. I've been to black tie weddings, but never no-tie.
The same Andrews that managed RGIII's clearance to go back in against the Ravens and then play the Seattle game where he blew out his knee again? Medicine is not as black/white as the image you paint.
This is true (re: RGIII).
FWIW, Andrews disputed Shanahan's claim that Andrews cleared RGIII to go back in to the game:
If you listen closely you can hear Brady Hoke
packing clapping snacking.
There is fingerprinting, a criminal background check involved, as well as a check with Interpol and a check of the terrorist watch lists, among other checks.