False. A lot of people do...at many income levels. I know plenty of people that make a lot of money and still live paycheck to paycheck because their spending is out of control.
That jump coincides with increased awareness and significantly increased testing. Many of those thousand had it last week and didn't know it. More than 1,000 people have it now....and many don't know it, because the symptoms are mild and slow to appear.
The game was tied in the second half...but OK.
100% Correct. Shawn Springs was a true "shut down" corner. I believe in 1996 he went the whole season up until "The Slip" vs TTUN without giving up a TD. Most games his guy would be lucky to get a single catch.
We have our flights and hotel booked as well. Unfortunately game tickets are going to be a problem. My contact in the President's Club said his ticket application did not include the option to request Oregon tickets. And the Oregon ticket site had the following:
June 10th - Single game, non-conference, home tickets on sale online to the general public at 6pm. Subject to availability, excludes Ohio State.
Young Mr. Etzler has some skills on the hardwood....but I think he needs some help in the fashion department.
Our last two seasons were both derailed by road games vs. Big Ten West opponents wearing Black... At least Nebraska won't have any yellow/gold in the mix...hopefully it was the yellow/gold part of the equation that was our kryptonite.
I have collected since I was 9 years old...started with 1985 Topps. I am still an active collector, much to my wife's chagrin. Still love going to shows and shops, although those are both much less common than they were 20 years ago. So far my two boys have shown very little interest it the hobby.
If you have any nice Ken Griffey, Jr stuff in your collection to unload, let me know :)
Silver and Gray?
I think it became a problem when the tourney got bigger and the tournament plus ESPN started making money off of televising the game and selling gear. Ohio State is notorious for protecting their brand, just like all major brands are.
I don't believe he was there last night, but he was there earlier in the tournament.
So we are all just ignoring the fact that Drue Chrisman was the lone recipient from the "Defensive Skill" group? Apparently Jim Tressel had a vote :)
It would be hard for anyone to argue if the staff decides to roll with the crew that balled out vs. MSU. But if they go back to the previous lineup against scUM and they play poorly...they will get some much deserved scrutiny.
Baker did not block that punt...it was Ward.
Baker has looked lost, disinterested, lazy, etc. most of the season. I'm sure the coaches have a feel for what his problems are...and hopefully they can get them fixed.
We have a Scottish Terrier....named him Griffin. It works on two levels, the OSU angle to honor Archie and the fact that it is sort of a Scottish name.
Yeah, but I think I read ya....that some reason is that his name is Elliott, not Jackson.
Zeke is a true sophomore...he will be back next season. And he will dominate!
Yeah, Chicago is great....especially if you love getting murdered.
When looking at that 26,000 number you need to keep in mind that students get in free, as do kids 6 and under. I would expect at least 10K students to show up, and probably another 5K of kids that get in free (I will be bringing my 2). I'm predicting 60,000 plus will be there on Saturday.
Students ARE free....as are kids 6 and under.
Students get in free....as do kids 6 and under. Parking in also free. So my family of 4 is going for $24...not a bad deal at all for a sneak peek at next year's version of the Buckeyes.
He isn't comparing it to PSU... He is referencing the fact that Gibbons gagged several field goals in the PSU game, which led to scUM losing. Had he not been playing, perhaps they would have won.
You clicked on this item and were apparently interested enough to read it and comment on it...
As a proud graduate of The Ohio State University myself, I welcome discussion on all things Ohio State.
You not being able to explain why OSU kept him is a YOU problem. You, like many others, base your opinions solely on these superfluous issues. Gee's accomplishment as President at OSU have been tremendous on virtually every front. He has greatly improved OSU's academic standing, raised a ton of money, improved facilities, led the long overdue shift to semesters, forged many beneficial partnerships, and so much more. So he is a top performer in all areas that are important for a university president...that is why OSU kept him.
The fact that he isn't an "expert" on sports and he makes frequent, sometimes off color, remarks while trying to get a laugh doesn't outweigh his accomplishments. People who give too much weight to athletics, and who are far too concerned about outsiders taking shots at OSU are the only ones that fail to see Gee for the blessing he is/was to OSU.
As an OSU grad, and someone who has met the man a few times, I have no problem saying that Gordon Gee was the best thing to happen to Ohio State in the last 100 years. Where the university is now, versus where it was before Gordon Gee entered the picture is nothing short of amazing.