He got quite a bit of love in the Top 10!
I came up with the same...
I think that was because it was military appreciation at the stadium that day
Neither will I. Campus was in mourning for a while after that game...
Very interesting to see, however these are a bit skewed since each state has its own standardized test. I do not believe Florida's is one of the hardest though...
Like you said, he needed somebody to be angry with. Unfortunately, he chose our staff to take his frustrations out on.
I, for one, am happy with how the university has handled this situation. I hope Alex finds the right school for him. It is unfortunate that this was the deciding factor, but I am not surprised. I just wish the blame was not put on the staff because, in all honesty, the only people to blame are the pedophile and the system for allowing him to be out.
Well that is really unfortunate for you Morrill Tower people now!
According to Titus, it appears Koufos didn't get along with anyone.
Just a personal opinion, but I feel like Burke never really wanted to be there. It was just the best option for where he should play based on offers.
I, too, was disappointed in the "highlights" of the game. They were ridiculous. However, when the one annouced decided to bring up Syracuse's 29 fouls and how horrible the officiating was for them, I believe it was Doug Gottlieb who shut him down. He reminded the dude that OSU had 20 fouls and 7 of Syracuse's fouls came at the end of the game when they were fouling on purpose.
Not sure but his tweets right now wouldn't make you think he was (however he is on an emotional high.)
"@qross2011 Hell of a Freshmen year Big Ten Title and now a Final Four appearance could possibly end it with a National Championship!! #buckeyenation"
I left my seat on that one! Mostly because I've been calling for/hoping for a dunk from Thompson since the Big Ten Tournament.
I hope he gets #68. It's a great reminder as to how tall he is.
My least favorite moment for the OH-IO chant was at freshman orientation when they would constantly use it to get everyone's attention. It no longer felt like a school tradition or a cheer of pride, but a form of discipline. Haven't felt the same way about it since.
Obviously Joe Paterno legally did what he was required to in passing the information along to those who could investigate and take care of the issue. That was the best response. However, my issue comes with why did he not question why Sandusky was still in the locker room? Or why Sandusky was still working with a children's charity? I mean everytime I saw the guy, I would be thinking about the act that was witnessed in the locker room. I guess my main problem is that he didn't follow through with the investigation. I would want to know, one way or another, what was found. I have the same problem with the guy who witnessed the act and every single person who knew about it.
Agreed (except basketball instead of volleyball, came in with the "Thad 5!") I can only remember one time athletics came in the way of academics and that was when they decided to change student football ticket sales to 10am instead of at midnight. However, if my teacher would have allowed us to use our laptops in class, I would have studiously sat there for the hour waiting for my tickets and listened to the lecture. Instead, I missed class and still managed to pass with no issue!
The rule just seems to lead to a lot of personal interpretation for refs. Not always a lot of consistency...like most things in the NCAA.
But evidentally creating a 'Block O' with your gloves is excessive...
There might have been one behind one of the baskets but it was an extension of Block O. There was no "Nuthouse." My student tickets that year were in the upper bowl. Second to last row with a bunch of other students.
1995 for a regular season non-conference game. 2009 Clemson I believe was a blow out