I laugh when people compare their jobs to those of elite athletes. Also, are you prohibited from negotiating your salary?
Easy answer considering this was discussed just a few weeks ago.
The whole time I was reading the comments I was trying to remember if they were at UCLA together. So there you go.
Thank Kyle. Very informative. Of the little actual football knowledge I do have, none of relates to kick coverage (or most of special teams).
How is Oregon competing at a high level in basketball? Florida and Louisville are the two recent prime examples of competing at a high level in both sports.
It matters when looking at whether to contribute to a traditional IRA or a Roth IRA. With everything else equal, a Roth is better if you are in a lower tax bracket when making contributions to the IRA as compared to your tax bracket when you are taking withdrawals and a traditional IRA is the opposite.
Hence why people may choose to play other sports. It is a totally appropriate discussion and comparison.
Is this in general or specific to Ohio State?
Specifically to Ohio State basketball is obviously harder as we are not a powerhouse like Kentucky, Kansas, UNC, Duke, etc.
In general, it's harder for the best team to win in basketball. But therefore it's easier for a team that's not the best to win in basketball. So it's a zero-sum question.
A 64 team, 6 game, single elimination tournament in a sport more prone to upsets gives lesser teams a better chance.
However I am impressed he even gets close with some weird form that's somewhere in-between sumo and conventional. Where is his coach?
That deadlift one is pretty good but I got real excited cause I thought it might have been the one where the guy does a face plant into the dumbbell rack after deadlifting 315.
While there is not as much money in Louisville, what Jurich has done with the resources he has is amazing. I think he is the best Athletic Director in the country. The Vandy AD was surprising, but ESPN and other articles point out he "was vice chancellor for university affairs and athletics, general counsel and university secretary for Vanderbilt and its medical center as well as a tenured law professor".
Basically what I was going to say. Kiffin would have been right except he forgot to take into consideration that Sims was going to throw the ball to one place he shouldn't. There was plenty of room to the right and Bell would have had no chance on even a decently thrown ball.
I don't care what context it is, every time I see the numbers 14 and 41 together, I recall one terrible memory.
Cosmo, I hope you learned a valuable lesson about not drinking the Kool-Aid before posting. If you don't agree that Rutgers is better than LSU, you're just not a true Buckeye fan.
Also, everyone knows that the ACC was the best conference in football in 2013 (Florida State won, thus best conference). And clearly the SEC was better than the B1G in basketball last year. After all, the SEC has Kentucky and Florida (it doesn't matter than the B1G was #2 in RPI and the SEC was #7. Just look at Kentucky and ignore most of the rest of the conference. Also, computers cannot be trusted).
Is this a joke I'm missing? Nearly every coach does this all the time.
If you want a few quick laughs, search "urban" in the Tressel resigns article Michael linked and compare those comments to today.
That's not correct. We beat Arkansas.
Correction: DoloDale did not play himself but per the NCAA he played as someone that just happens to have his same number and striking similar height, weight, and physical attributes.
Someone that should be on there for a great sophomore season? Clarett
I don't know that i've felt us as an underdog since USC
Except it's not the same concept at all. Miss St and Alabama didn't lose to Indiana, Missouri did. We, on the other hand, did lose to Va Tech.
As FunZone mentioned, common opponents is one criteria. However, they are not supposed to factor in margin of victory. But, they are also human and certainly will factor that in.
Andy, you do know that Auburn is in the SEC, right?