What's the cowboy-looking mascot to the bottom right? Can't place it.
Our military will stand at attention for foreign national anthems, as well as rendering salutes to their Officers--out of respect. It's not too much to ask for Dwayne Wade to stand still. It's offensive that he doesn't.
Your reply had nothing to do with his comment. Way to get you post seen. That downvote--me.
Except for THE Ohio State Buckeyes a year later.
Exactly. It's mostly everyone BUT Bama. And especially the bottom half/SEC East that rides Bama's coat tails. They're the worst offenders--Kentucky, Arkansas, Ole Miss... UF is still lamenting the loss of Urban Meyer to THE great state of Ohio too; that's always a bit amusing!
... And Murphy's Law.
Pet peeve... He very obviously knew the rule. He referenced it in his post. And though I also think the answer to his question is an easy one, your "simplified" version doesn't actually answer his question, but way to violate rule number 3.
Both are over 2k miles from his hometown. I don't think we qualify as the "closer to home" he's looking for, but hey, stay positive.
Urban Meyer was mentioned quite a few times concerning his "track record" at UF and the Araron Hernandez mess. So yea, I do believe there's people out there more than willing to connect a recently drafted superstar's problems with its former program's problems, especially when they're reading about the two in consecutive articles.
Also, that's the whole point of the media. To bring us "stories." They accomplish that by connecting dots and writing about it. That's the entire point behind investigative journalism. Now take your "asinine" insults and your scarlet glasses and get off my lawn.
Everett Withers ver2? Natty in 2 years?
Then why is it news on an Ohio State website?! Because he's alum. He's representing OSU. His actions reflect the basketball program to some extent. I'm not so sure this has much of an impact, but to say that no one would connect these dots is a bit naive.
I don't see what's wrong with the University removing poor seating in areas and improving the remaining seating. That along with the box upgrades seems like a good call. Now less people have to worry about getting the crappy seating anymore.
I wish I were more optimistic, but our bench and lineup versatility just transferred. AJ Harris transferring would be crippling to our program next year without some experience to backfill it. Cullen Neal is starting to sound like a better idea every second.
I know some guys are going to get hard looks when they get back from injury, but I would think that with so many quality athletes and high level talent, those players you see running with the 1s--they're the 1s until someone else proves otherwise. I dunno, I hope they do business like that, at least.
There's a lot of European Basketball fans making the same argument you are.
There's nothing left to agree to disagree. That wasn't really what we were talking about. I do agree that Archie Miller might not be a difference-maker though--So there's that.
In lieu of some kind of open communication stating loyalty toward a specific school, you have to look at his background. His ties to Ohio State and the state of Ohio are factors. What else would be useful as a barometer for judging someone's "loyalty" to a program? But you're right, Bennet would make sense at Wisky.
He's got NBA dream to fulfill. I don't think he would stay even if he did choose to come back as HC.
Stealing him away from UVA is certainly not a given. He's got a good thing going where he's at. And without any ties to our program or state, it might not stick even if he did make the choice to don scarlet and gray.
Archie Miller has ties to our program and the state of Ohio, therefore loyalty and experience to go along with the requisite coaching acumen to lead our BasketBucks down the right path.
Oops... Free throw line... Three point line... Easy mistake lol
So is not being a jackass.
IF we're gonna go down this road, and it looks like we are, I'd like to through out the name Archie Miller from Dayton. He's young and he's got his stuff together--History with Matta and OSU, as well.
With that said, I like Coach Matta. We don't need to have this conversation at all.
I'm a Steelers fan, but the Browns might just be the most interesting team to follow.