I think a good condition that could've been added to the development of the list (or maybe it's just a completely different topic) Players that struggled in Tressel's that would've excelled Meyer's offense. In which case I would have Brandon Saine at #1.
My immediate thought as well.
Now that the Olentangy's been naturalized and the water level lowered significantly I wonder if this is a real possibility. As I understood after the renovations the field was lower than the level of the river. After the changes to the river is this still the case?
I couldn't agree more about the lackluster facade addition. I wonder if Columbus had a better landmarks conservation agency/program if the university would've been held to a higher standard on the renovation.
Also, this has been discussed before, and I've made about the same comment, but it's been quite a while, maybe even over a year.
What I am really getting at is that there must be a more quantifiable method for making the determination than just a gut decision. Or maybe not.
But anyway, for all of the (endless) talk amongst us fans about the competition, does any really know how it gets determined? I'd love to hear from Ross on this.
Maybe this is dumb, but I have a question: With all of this talk about the QBGeddon, does anyone know exactly how a QB competition is actually resolved? I assume there's some point tabulation scoring system. I'm curious how that works and what drills there would be which ultimately lead to the coaches being able to say: QB X is the starter.
I detest Winston, but I don't have much of an issue with what happened on this play. Watching the game it was a little odd what the ref was doing there.
I think the more users they get the better odds the lineup and menu options will expand.
I just signed up for sling last Saturday. So far so good. I'm especially excited to be able to watch more international soccer which I haven't been able to do regularly for a long time. And my fiancee is happy because she gets HGTV.
He's improved the Illini every year...
This is only accurate if you consider he dramatically lowered the bar in his first season - 2 wins. He's yet to get the Illini back to the 7 win mark that Zook posted in his final season.
I see what you did there, DJ. Well played.
Yea in this case the cyclist should've certainly been going more slowly - strictly out of self-defense (he needed to recognize something was amiss with the slowed/stopped traffic) - because he certainly did have the right-of-way, High Street is a Sharrow.
Regardless, I believe that he can cause the most harm should be the most cautious. I say this as I'm nursing a broken rib from an accident I had a week ago in which a pedestrian unexpectedly turned into my path (and into the bike lane). While technically he was at some level of 'wrong' here, I believe I was too in that I saw him moving indecisively and I should've slowed my speed more than I already had.
DJ, you should get back on a bike! It's really the best and Columbus is such an easy city to bike around.
Lars failed to mentioned Beamer said those same words on every green before every putt. Then he finally sunk one to give him a quote with a heart-warming story.
Makes you think.
Harbaugh will never win more than 10 games. Which is perfect.
Haha! Yes I'm in Brooklyn, but I've always managed to be able to enjoy the outdoors here (I grew up in rural Ohio after all). I had a (small) backyard for a number of years which was great for gardening, grilling, and late-night bonfires. Now I live very close to Prospect Park and have worked out a pretty good system with a portable grill to get to a good spot in the park to grill and have a good time.
Depends not just on your preferred level of convenience, but also greatly on your taste. Charcoal alone is going to give you much more added flavor, not to mention if you toss on a piece of nice wood like Cherry, Apple, or Hickory.
1-year too late Maryland.
Living on the east coast I take Amtrak pretty frequently and have no terrible experiences to report (like a few people above), and generally positive experiences. I've traveled to Boston a few times, both on regional trains and once on the Acela (which was very very nice). Took Amtrak to DC last October for the Maryland game. Did the Adirondack route back to NYC from Montreal a few years ago - that's a beautiful ride, particularly along Lake Champlain, highly recommend that. And I've taken Amtrak to go home to visit my parents via the Keystone route to Pittsburgh.
I like it, plenty of legroom, you're free to BYO, but they also have the Cafe Car. All of my travel on Amtrak has been shorter distances though (less bullshit hassle than flying short distances - why would I fly from NYC to Philly, Boston, or DC? Digression: it's the long distances that have been plaguing the system.).
I'm sure you could piece together a pretty nice trip with some train, some rental car, and some flying and take in some amazing scenery.
Can't disagree with any of that. Wasn't Lebron even saying not too many years ago that the NBA expanded too far with teams and that the talent was too thin?
I think the big thing is the supporting cast. Would Jordan have won all those titles with 3 former Knicks and an Australian? Everyone must be able to agree that the pressure on Lebron to carry the team must be higher.
The 2014 B1G Title Game was a hell of a defensive performance as well.
You're referencing their bowl game against Auburn? If so I have to disagree. Auburn scored 31 on Wisconsin's defense. For the record, Auburn scored 44 on Alabama's defense in their previous game. Wisconsin's D was legit.
I definitely think there's some truth to this. Thing is it will come down to the luck of the matchup draw when it comes to the post-season for the most talented pro-style teams like Michigan, Alabama, MSU, FSU, etc. Because even when a top-level pro-style team meets a top-level spread team, they have no hope - see Ohio State vs Alabama circa January 1st, 2015.
Agree. He'll raise them above where Hoke had them, but he won't get above 10 wins per season with these schemes unless he has a roster full of NFL draft picks (ala Alabama).