That play on the second gif seems very similar to the play we used against Oregon in the 1st quarter when we had (I think) a 3rd and 13 from our end zone and 12 Gauage found Corey Smith for a first down.
Yeah...sounds pretty, pretty, prettyyyyyy....terrible. Nevermind.
I hope it's nothing terrible. If so, he wouldn't be able to become our offensive coordinator next year.
We have the best helmet in football- why do we always try to mess with it? Use the traditional helmet with the CFB Playoff uniforms. Easy.
That's exactly what NW will likely do. It's what most employers would do, too.
It's not how it works. Have you ever dealt with the NLRB before? Do you have any background on labor law?
Once again, you are wrong. From the NY Times:
"Peter Ohr, a regional director of the N.L.R.B. in Chicago, ruled last year that players on scholarship were employees based on the hours they spent each week on football, the strict rules set by coaches and the financial aid they received as compensation. Northwestern players — 76 were eligible — voted whether to certify the union last April, but the votes were impounded pending a ruling by the full N.L.R.B. Now that the board has ruled in favor of Northwestern, the ballots will not be counted."
With all due respect, you're wrong. Not anyone can file a charge. Under your theory, you could file a charge on behalf of the NW players. That's not how the NLRB works. Sorry.
No, the election was HELD but the ballots were impounded.
I disagree. I couldn't file a ULP (Unfair Labor Practice) charge against a privately owned employer if I do not work there.
Those proposed actions by Fitz would then be illegal. The Northwestern players could file a ULP against the employer. Will that stop the employer? Probably not. It usually doesn't.
The Northwestern football players ARE classified by the NLRB as employees.
That person who files it has to have standing though.
Good for them.
Ahh, I see! Thank you!
Can someone post the two different away uniforms? I'm confused- I thought those alternate unis were our regular away ones.
Would have been cool against one of the two "oldest" teams, Rutgers.
See pic of Taylor Rooks. Clicks. Repeat.
This dude has a problem. He is either going to end up killing himself or others on the road. He should not be allowed to drive anymore. It's not a laughing matter but I hope Nebraska does more than a slap on the wrist and gets him the help he definitely needs.
I show this video to all my friends. Couldn't agree more with you! I feel better knowing that others have seen this video. Every kid/teenager should watch it.
Oh, yeah. He had a solid career. I just thought he was going to be an All-Pro player. I just thought he was lost in the shadows of the Big Cat. Nothing to be ashamed about re: his career. Gets to enjoy that great NFLPA pension. Good for Diggs!
Offense: Michael Brewster
Defense: Na'il Diggs (how cool is that name!?!)