One of the big things that made the Spanish Flu worse was the world was in the midst of WW1
I’m sure some will disagree with me but I see a lot of Kyle Kalis in Spindler with some of the comments he’s made
If 100,000 people in Ohio currently have it then there should be 3,000 dead within the next week based on the approx. 3% death rate that has been floating around. Now unless I have missed something there has not been one death in Ohio confirmed due to this virus. So either the 3% death rate is wildly exaggerated or the claim of 100,000 infected in Ohio is way off. The reality is that this virus probably has been spreading here for months unknown to everyone and is not nearly as deadly as is being reported. This is due to many people never being tested for coronavirus and attributing it to the regular flu or a cold.
Denard Robinson. The guy could literally score from anywhere on the field
The fact that no school has taken him to this point should speak volumes
It is a great question. For example, DPJ came in as the #1 WR in his class and just tested as the #1 WR in combine drills. Yet he had about the same production as Bin Victor did this past season and is not projected as one of the top WR's in the draft. So now you say, why is that? I think the response to that question would not be a comfortable one for our adversaries up north to answer.
E. Gordon Gee made that statement, not Cooper...
Say what you want about Cooper, the only coach at Ohio State with more wins as head coach than him is Woody Hayes. He also didn’t take over at a time when the program and athletic department was in a good place. Believe me, I understand his short comings, but he was a much better head coach than many here give him credit for.
There is not much in life that gives me more joy than seeing those people suffer and in anguish.
How about get rid of the ridiculous targeting rule altogether. If a guy goes head hunting then by all means eject him but the way it is now you have too many players being tossed for what amounts to incidental contact. It’s a joke how they can’t figure something out that makes sense
You don't play 13 seasons cashing checks in the NFL if you are overrated
Just curious who is the most talented player you are referring to. Is it Pryor or a guy like Ted Ginn who didn't get the ball enough?
After the Penn State game last year I was walking behind 2 middle aged female PSU fans right outside the stadium. Some random guy walking the other way gives them the double bird and says "F$%# You!". This was after the game was over and we had won and everyone's attention had alrady turned to the game the next week.. I had to get their attention to apologzie and let them know this is not how the majority of our fans act. Shameful how a small minority of idiots acts sometimes
I have nothing to offer other than something that was taught to me at a young age and is ingrained in me- Actions have consequences.
I heard he was on his way to the library....
Someone should tell about their current basketball coach being involved in the biggest pay for play scandal in college basketball history when he was player. Funny, what school was that at?
Agreed 100%. The reality is we most likely don't win in 2016 without the Hooker pick 6 and the Baker pick late in the third quarter when we were down by 10 and the game slipping away. I also can't get over how sloppy the prior week was at 3-9 Sparty and then obviously the disaster a month later against Clemson.
2018 is my favorite on this list by far. Beaten down since August with the scandal, an extremely frustrating team all year, and a rolling Michigan team coming in ready to get over the hump all spelled doom and gloom in the Shoe that afternoon. The result of that game changed the dynamics of the programs to this day. They have been reeling since 11/24/18 and are not recovering anytime soon
TTUN is still reeling from the effects of that day. That game was their chance to overtake Ohio State and catapult themselves into the playoffs for the first time. Now look at them...
Pretty sure St. Louis was in DEAD LAST around this time last season. They ended up winning the whole thing
He gets traded to a team with a rookie coach and young QB then decides he doesn't need to show up to offseason workouts (yes I know they are technically voluntary), the watch, the visor, the cleats, telling opposing players 'come get me', unable to line up correctly or run the right routes, and now this. I'm sure there's plently more that I forgot over this ridiculous season. Ask yourself why were the Giants willing to trade this supposedly all world WR in his prime who just got a contract extension.
And yes, he actually did have a handful of sideline blow ups like this- https://twitter.com/cjzero/status/1208851183890243592?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1208851183890243592&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.sbnation.com%2Fnfl%2F2019%2F12%2F22%2F21031449%2Fcleveland-browns-drama-dysfunction-2019-season-timeline
I'm not going to list it all out but just look at all the nonsense this guy has brought to the team since the Browns traded for him. All for the 2nd best receiver on a 6-10 team. Just because someone is well liked doesn't mean their attitude isn't cancerous to the dynamics of a football team.
I wonder if analytics can tell you how big of a cancer someone is to a football team? Cut bait with this joker ASAP. He will continue to push the boundaries and rules until the entire team is infected with his disease
I wonder if the media will go on a full and all out barrage on Penn State and James Franklin like they did to Ohio State/Urban Meyer in August 2018. We'll see
The next time one of our players has a relatively minor issue with the NCAA like Chase did we should just play them and say screw the NCAA. The inconsistencies on how they enforce their "rules" is a farce and a joke
There's gotta be something in the water down there in Athens