much better than yesterday's announcement. i don't like it but at least everyone is on a somewhat level playing field now. still a bummer for ohsaa
there are some valid comparisons here that are fair that make covid19 appear worse than the cold or flu. comparing the impact on the US to the impact on china, where they literally sat doing nothing for a month to avoid negative publicity, is not one.
it's mind numbing. there is no rational thought anywhere with this.
this is a major CYA. he doesn't want to look like the bad guy, but he's leaving organizations like OHSAA to be in the impossible spot of either losing tons of revenue or looking like they're being greedy by defying a government order and staying open to the public. either mandate it, or do nothing. tell the elderly and immunocompromised to stay away, but leave the choice up to the people. this is literally the worst thing he could have said. this conveniently leaves ohio state's spring game untouched while costing high school sports thousands of dollars across the state.
i know a few cable news networks where this dude would fit right in
and wouldn't get fields killed in pass pro like our running backs seem to enjoy doing
i think my statement covers it for 99% of them :D
i hate reporters. no offense
three-point % against in basketball is a lot like turnovers in football. you have some control over it, but so much of it depends on the team you're playing on any given day. we were running into hot shooting teams a month ago. we're not now. it's not that simple, but it's a significant piece of the puzzle.
i want them and iowa
no talk of jameson williams in the slot? his speed there would be ridiculous. proctor in the slot would be interesting, but if it gets hooker on the field, and he's half of what his brother was, color me intrigued.
amen. get them the hell out of this conference with that soft garbage. wesson is the single biggest officiating target whenever he's on the floor.
this is fran mccaffery-level bitchiness.
you can get a vaccine for one strain of the flu. there are hundreds.
the CDC freaks out about the flu, which has a far higher mortality rate than coronavirus thus far. it's their job to freak out about diseases
get outta here with your facts and sense
harbaugh will be using this as a recruiting tool tomorrow...if he can be bothered to do any recruiting
it's literally a bad cold that's extremely contagious. the fatality rate in china has been what it is because of the economic (and therefore health) desolation of the population in the area it originated in. it could wreak havoc on the immunocompromised in the US, but your average healthy adult or adolescent has zero to worry about from this thing. i feel like the media plays these things up to get as many eyeballs on the stories as they possibly can. i hope they would just leave things on as planned and let people decide for themselves whether to risk it.
from a purely football standpoint, riep's departure raises the ceiling of the starting corners next year. he was always going to be a liability (as he was when replacing wade this year, whether it was due to injury or awful officiating). now it looks like two of banks, brown, and johnson are going to be starting corners this year (one outside, one nickel). growing pains are likely early in the season, but if we can slip through with no more than one loss, we will be a better team in november-january because of the jump in talent those guys bring over riep.
i'm not over '98
these are my thoughts exactly. it also helps that his roster at cincy right now is far superior to michigan state's
if not for the stupid losses at home to minny and wisconsin, this season would be much different
beat scum and penn state. don't lose more than 1 game otherwise. that's literally the entire season in a nutshell.
buckeye skill demolishing b1g competition. buckeye linemen demolishing pac12 competition. rinse and repeat.