Haha, now I kind of want to go check out his account to see what he says.
Not a fan of the TSUN abbreviation? Or you just hate all of the Michigan focused twitter accounts?
The full quote makes it seem like less of a jab IMHO, and it was in response to being required to scheduling P5 teams OOC
The big five conferences all playing each other, I don't think that makes a lot of sense, really. Playing East Carolina is a lot tougher game than maybe picking up one of those bottom Big Ten teams, and a lot of fans around here would rather see a team that's close by.
If Braxton leaves it would probably be for financial reasons. He does have a son to take care of after all.
Preaching to the choir.
It makes sense from a calendar standpoint, people will be in from out of town for Thanksgiving so they don't have to make 2 trips to go to the wedding. But both of them are Buckeyes damnit, they should know better!
A not-so-hard look at the facts reveals Texas A&M is the only squad (potentially) worthy of being placed above MSU. Their two losses came at the hands of #1 Alabama and a surging #7 Auburn. Those are high-quality L's. But, how South Carolina and Stanford are ranked above the Spartans is another mystery altogether, and certainly one worth delving into.
I disagree with this entire paragraph. Losses should be the last thing that are factored in when talking about rankings, quality wins are much more important imho. Texas A&M has played 2 good opponents this year and lost to both of them, why on earth should they be rewarded that?
I hope we put this one away early, I'm in a wedding that starts at 2:30. I won't be able to focus if it's a nailbiter :(
I'm pretty sure Jordan Hall would be the 9th two-time captain, not the 8th.
John Simon's Ohio State profile claims he was the 8th two-time captain.
#80 home (Robiskie)
#11 away (Stoneburner)
That's what laptops are for!
Alright Buckeyes, let's do this. Gotta stay focused to survive in the wild, wild West.
Athletics would certainly take a huge hit, but I highly doubt it would cause that big of an effect on the school as a whole. OSU football brings in around $50 million dollars in revenue each year, which is only ~1% of the academic budget of $5 billion.
I answered yes but it's really hard to put into words why I feel that way. Basically it boils down to the fact that I agree with Delany's overriding principle that football/basketball players shouldn't be treated any differently than the rest of the student athletes on campus.
FYI, it's not just 6 of the last 7 finals, but 7 of the last 8.
My friends and I always refer to Kenny G as Kenny "The Guillotine" Guiton. He's only in play for a short period of time, but he's always deadly.
I think I'd be happy if Sparty won, but if it was Indiana or TSUN? Ugh, no me gusta.
Damnit TSUN, you had one job!
There needs to be an all of the above option, I can't pick just one!
Prepare to be amazed.