Agricultural & Mechanical Arrogance & Misdemeanors University. Go Gaggies.
Well, that throws a monkey wrench into Clemson's "herd immunity" theory of COVID-19 management.
Perhaps the poobahs at Maxwell just wanted to spread the wealth around. Archie won the Heisman in '74; won BOTH the Heisman and Maxwell in '75.
It's not really that risky.
Tell that to the coaching staff (generally older men), to the student body at large, and to whomever else they come into contact.
“I gotta be really careful here, because I don’t want to say that this is an accusation,” Esiason said Monday morning. “I don’t want to … I just was thinking the other day about what is going on with the SEC teams down south. And Clemson included, who’s obviously an ACC team. A lot of their players are coming down with COVID-19, oddly enough. So are they trying to herd immunity their teams?"
I had- in jest- suggested this very same scenario in another posting from a couple of weeks ago. If that is indeed the strategy, it's an incredibly risky one.
It’s an interesting read; please try to remember that Michigan writers are going to homer Michigan football with the same precision that we homer Ohio State football here, but with copious ennui because: Michigan.
I chortled when I saw that. Incisive wordsmithing, Ramzy.
The university’s response was a solid non-denial. Ferentz's contract with Iowa runs through 2026.
Be interesting to see an investigation of some other B1G school whose name begins and ends with a vowel. Does this also mean that Kirk won't be in the running once again for the Conference's COY?
And KBonay will love the posting pic. Surf's Up!
And that's exactly how I answered it - TSUN.
My Man. As Woody would have it.
Donatos on S. State Street in Westerville. At least, that's where my folks insist on taking me whenever I come up to visit them.
But since I love anchovies, they usually order a separate one for me. Pepperoni and cheese, mushrooms and anchovies forever.
I would say DUI is a little more dangerous than some loser tweeting racist crap, so why not boycott until that player is kicked off the team?
Given that view, the Buckeyes should've parted ways with JT Barrett in 2015. /
A gentle reminder to everyone on this thread to please keep the commentary from going off the rails. Thanks.
Do Any of You Feel Stupid for Caring So Much About Ball Games
Without sports, without play, without recreation (to make new again), without entertainment, without diversion, we suffer individually and collectively.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
I don't feel stupid at all. If anything, I feel hollow and unsatisfied without those ball games.
Go Bucks. On a wing and a prayer.
For Kevin and his lovely bride-to-be, Taylor (borrowing from The Quiet Man):
Then, a toast.
May their days be long, and full of happiness.
May their children be many, and full of health.
And may they live in peace, and freedom.
Congratulations to you both. Enjoy your honeymoon!
The Indy 500. It's been on my bucket list for some time now.
Now this I gotta see.
The El Paso Diablos of minor league baseball history.
Now they're the El Paso Chihuahuas, for Pedro's sake.
Billy the Kid has the answer:
Just saw Magnetic myself, which inspired me to ask. Kinda equivalent to flying hang gliders in the Owens Valley. Over the top skills and courage needed for the most formidable sites (never got the chance to fly there, BTW).
That's an impressive venue in and of itself, KB. Ever been to (or at least dream about) Nazare in Portugal?
We have long said that the should be in the Centre College athletics hall of fame.
Centre College in Danville? One of my best friends from Westerville days is the long-time Head Coach for the Colonels football program, Andy Frye.
Naa. I'm as harmless as a heel hound. ;-)
When I was doing my tour in the ROK, "Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting." Bruce Lee had died the year before I arrived in-country, and the 2nd ID at Camp Casy encouraged all their troops to take up Tae Kwon-do. I got heavily involved in the sport with evening classes, workouts/sparring, and also fought in three tournaments while I was there.
Check the date, brother Buckeye. That was 45 years ago. I'm too long in the tooth for MMA. Even Senior Level. ;-)
LOL. No Bloodsport for me, Chief.
That had to have been an agonizing string of defeats for Buckeye fans in the House That Harley Built. But the "Stadium Jinx" wasn't just confined to the venerable Horseshoe:
September 20, 2009: The Cowboys played their first NFL regular season game in the new (AT&T) stadium, with former President and Texas resident George W. Bush handling the opening coin toss. The Cowboys lost to their long-time NFC East division rivals, the New York Giants, 33–31 with Eli Manning leading them on a last second field goal by Lawrence Tynes. It was televised on NBC. This game attracted a record-breaking crowd of 105,121. After the game, Manning signed the wall of the visitor's locker room with the message, "First win in the New Stadium."
Taking a brown belt 3rd place Heavyweight Division (back then, it was anybody over 180 lbs., LOL) in the 1975 Foreigners Tae Kwon-Do Tournament at Kukkiwon Arena in Seoul, ROK. I was up for the championship fight but had to bow out due to a foot injury in the previous bouts.
The guys I fought against were some tough SOBs. Owe everything to my savvy instructor, Mr Han. That tournament helped earn me my 1st degree Black Belt.
What's the latest revision (if any) to TOSU's Athletic Department protocols for COVID-19? And Dan, do you think the CFB season will go forward with the recent rash of teams testing positive for the bug?