An original, decent argument, but in the end not a valid one. It can be assumed that such a representation situation would be part of contract negotiations. (It can also be assumed that, if the players are certified as a union and such is upheld in courts, there will be a lockout and/or strike of players under a union for that reason, and from there it gets ugly until it gets better.)
Ohio State 35
Good work by Craft to fell the last of the unbeatens and give us a quality win (finally).
And this is why I was happy to be up by double digits at the half. ._.
Hey, check your brakes earlier, there - two defenders back meant stop earlier before you reach point of no return. Still, nice block and we're just shy of a 3-1 beatdown at the moment. I'm happy!
I love buried open threes. :-)
Good start so far - a bit of nerves (and refs unafraid to call travelling) for both teams. I will gladly take 9-3 against a Beilein squad to start the game.
I treated this largely like I treat my SEIs. Not like most of *you* treated your SEIs, mind; I fill mine out. I then take my sweet time on the free-form, though most of this didn't actually call for that; saying "East and West" is only three words unless you start adding expletives right around that time. I think I avoided expletives. (Note: with SEIs this year, I did not; ECE's answer to transitioning from a four-course sequence to a two-course sequence was that two courses did *not* equal one semester, but required redoing labs in two one-credit add-ons and tacking on a three-week sequence where 40% of the grade was two quizzes and the lectures online.)
The last free-form question, though? I may have come off as a well-written hippie to them. I do not care. Their priorites are money and not the students, the athletes, the teaching, or anyone not them. It had gone over the line long, long ago, and I hope a lot of people in suits are reading carefully.
Ohio State 21
Unspeakable Horror 7
There is only one winner here:
Fan: "That...that gruesome eating style...."
Oden: "Titus gets hungry, yo."
Warming up this morning with a quick bite at the College of Engineering tailgate at Knowlton, followed by the Notre Dame/Navy stream from Dreese Lab (CSE major perk #1: 24-hour access to a clean bathroom on gameday).
Will have 3DS and cell pics after the game - though I have no idea where I'm storing the 3DS in these shorts. Also, will be regretting the failure to pack an umbrella with every squall.
Classes start yay~ :-/
Oddity/True Story: Much of the traditions video is spent on people with fluent English skills discussing Carmen Ohio. I spent Red, White, and Boom this year watching from Dreese Tower because CSE students have after-hours access to an awesome view. Also there was a family with a radio and a group of Asian students who have heard the song and didn't know what it was about. While other American songs understandably required explanation, I feel the graduate school may be negligent in its duties when I have to tell students they are playing their alma mater and what an alma mater is. (This also made it too awkward to throw arms over shoulders.)
Your actions are understandable in this case. I do have a minor concern with the attempt to trademark a person's name by someone who is not that person. Without me googling (because the Googling I'm doing today is job interview prep), does anyone know of any other entity trademarking names of their employees?
Fourthing (or so) the thanks to Derek on this with Twitter down.
Would ask Tim about odds in a four-team division (but parsing that politely might be a problem).
You normally get 25 new scholarship athletes per year. They now only get 15 new scholarship athletes per year.
There is also a total number of scholarship athletes each year; normally, this is 85 in Division 1-A. They now are at 65, which is around the number for Division I-AA.
Otherwise noteworthy is that, since they have 85 scholarship athletes at the moment, that some people will have to give up their scholarship status, but will *still have to have their tuition paid by Penn State* if they choose to stay. If, instead, they want to go somewhere to play, they're more than welcome to transfer freely.
I see a good number of people taking option 2, with some players still stuck with option 2 because 20 people is quite a lot.