I've seen recent recruits citing as a reason they chose OSU. Any positive discriminator from other elite programs is a good thing.
Do they have a senior DT willing to transfer? #1 technique preferred.
Another Mexican beverage to recommend: micheladas. Think beer Bloody Mary. Each bar tender adds their own special ingredients and coats the glass rim with Chilean powder.
It also sounds to me like OSU is taking the heat for providing data. PSU, on the other hand, has a state law to hide behind. Remember last year when Georgia was proposing something similar? If ESPN really cares, they'd FOIA the data. Guess they only do that when tattoos are involved. They should really hone in on schools that take student fees to support athletics like WVU.
The planes are used by others at the university (Drake, BoT, faculty attending conferences, etc.) over the year. Not all is athletics. If you take Meyer's 26 trips and divide into $350K, you come up with a round trip figure of $13, 461 per plane. Consider many of those trips are to California, Nevada, and Texas. We can assume he had assistants with him on the recruiting trips. That figure is not out of line.
OSU athletics gets zero tax dollars or student fees. They are also fortunate to have Netjets in their backyard. I also question the math. Surely they negotiate bulk usage.
Do you see OSU using more of the controversial run/pass option with linemen borderline downfield like Clemson?
Throw long to Victor and pray for a jump ball/interference was all that worked against Clemson.
Hurd is an interesting proposition. First question is roster space, then attitude. I know others questioned his state of mind when it was first broached. Assuming all is OK, he'd make an interesting hybrid tight end. Not only could he shift from the wing, he could move into the backfield for a split back look. That would lead to power sweeps with a big lead back or a dangerous runner if the defense over shifts to the wide side.
I hold out hope both Schiano and Wilson will be long-term coaches. There is a tipping point where the hassles of head coaching in lesser situations outweighs the extra money.
I know it's the Athletic Band and not the Marching Band, but imagine their reaction if he makes a field goal in the spring game. On a slow news day, it will be Sports Center Top Ten - worthy.
IIRC, both schools have to agree to November night games. I would not blame Meyer for saying no due to weather concern and time lost due to distance.
Steele will get a chance to see nearly 100k at OSU spring game vice dozens at UCLA.
1. Reminder the USS Intrepid is a floating museum in New York harbor.
2. Hopefully both Wilson & Schiano will be happy with $1M+ salaries and stay long-term. There comes a tipping point when the extra money isn't worth the additional responsibility (read headaches.) I recall a Schiano article where his wife said he was happiest as an assistant at Miami. You still have to produce, but it's far easier at OSU than virtually anywhere else.
It's possible we could see Okudah/Wade/Sheffield at corner with Ward sliding to the slot to take advantage of his speed.
Probably because he had so few carries. Never know when he would see the ball again.
You can buy a still of Peppers missing on this play from the Dispatch photo store.
I'm glad Gene Smith was the bigger man. I'd have been tempted to return fire with "Glad to see you got all your practice time back." People forget TUN was on probation too.
Sorry for not clarifying. Unless the money is coming in, it can't be spent as part of a budget. Hence, a budget cut.
NBC4 story says she normally asked a bartender to escort her to her car. For some reason that night, she didn't. I suspect he was lying in wait for the first young woman to come along.
The story also says he was linked to evidence in her car. I suspect they were waiting for a body to charge him with murder.
Carried on a pistol 50 times? What does that say about TSA? I say BS.
Ole Miss is going to get the NCAA hammer. We'll see how good they are after the transfers due to a bowl ban.