Tough would be the last thing I use to describe Luther, tough doesn't transfer out for a little more playing time.
I’m not sure if I like this rollercoaster
If player safety was the issue, the big ten wouldn’t even allow football. It’s about money, he doesn’t want to get sued.
Let’s not lose sight of which one of these guys wants to let the kids play.
These leaders are all about athlete empowerment right up until they unionize. Like clockwork.
So basically, “Be scared of everything, question nothing, I know best for you”
I cannot see my parents bc of this damn virus but I looked forward to at least talking OSU football with them. Now I can’t. Football brings people together without regard to politics, money, race, or anything else. Now it is gone and not clear when it will be back
You’re right over the target. Everyone with a brain can see that this virus is being used to destroy the American morale right before an important autumn.
Covid is more dangerous when on a college football field apparently lol
The virus is only still here because there’s a certain event happening on November 3rd, not to be named here on this board.
We’re witnessing the greatest overreaction in human history, the average death age from this virus is higher than the average life expectancy. College age people are literally more likely to die from the flu.
Breaking news: the numbers are juiced
ThIs program and conference deserve to die over this. Gene Smith can rot in hell too.
What a bunch of spineless fucks in charge here.
We’re Ohio State, big difference.
Welcome to 2020
Good, all this shit is so dumb. The act of playing football in the first place poses a greater health risk to these men than if they got the virus. I know multiple people that have had this virus, to younger people it is literally a mild cold, if anything.
This is because we keep hiring disconnected retards as our presidents. How hard is it to find someone who’ll fight for the student.
I think you're missing the point. Many of the people dying will be dead in the next few months regardless. Do you think they’d rather spend it with their family, not doing whatever the government tells them to do, or do you think they’d rather just curl up in their home all day living in fear?
The season is saved.
Glad to see it took a pandemic to get the university to finally take student health seriously. Too bad no one was available for a doctors note when a plague ripped through Canfield my freshman year and I was forced to take a calc exam while half-dead, leading to a unsuspecting formula sheet being used as a tissue because I had gone through my box of Kleenex.
Do guns shoot virus bullets now? What does the 2nd amendment have to do with anything?
You're likely to die from a gunshot, but if its a virus-bullet, you'll be dead before you hit the floor lmao.
Also, political posts may carry a heavy ban, just a heads-up :)
All this is gonna do is slow the spread of a disease that 99% of students who get it wont even know they have it.
Three options are: all-in, half-ass, don't go back.
All-in: Everybody gets infected quickly and is presumably immune, will go home and not infect parents and family at thanksgiving.
half-ass(current plan): let everyone slowly get infected, transport virus across the world at thanksgiving
Not at all: Try to learn online, and here's a distance learning fee to go with it.
Gonna be difficult for Harbaugh to get his handful of losses in this year.
Daum couldn’t beat the Bucks when it mattered. But congrats to him, I guess.
Lmao that little shit punched Diebler in the dick on that drive.