I did just see this tweet posted about an hour ago re: Al Washington.
Source tells me that it is true Michigan LB coach, Al Washington, was offered a job at Ohio State.— Jordan Strack (@JordanStrack) January 5, 2019
Right now, hes made no decision on what he will do. Its been an interesting couple of days.
As far as 12up, all they do is post old tweets and use clickbait to get ad revenue. Whatever you read on 12up is at least several hours old and can be found at other reputable sources.
IMO all he really needs to see is Rashan Gary and his development, or lack thereof, vs. the development of players like the Bosas and Dre'mont Jones.
I've had YouTube TV for over a year now and I won't switch to anything else. I originally planned to keep it only for football and hockey season (which in Columbus is September thru April) and then ditching it in the summer, but I quickly realized that all the shows I watch are on channels included with YouTube TV. I never watch anything live (except sports) because I hate commercials, so the unlimited DVR is HUGE. It also includes every sports channel except for NFL and NHL networks.
It's nice having different profiles like Netflix too because my buddy and I split it and we have our own accounts. You won't find anything that offers everything YouTube TV does for $40 a month.
Me @ the investigators:
Ohio State comes in ranked 69th
I was actually thinking while typing my comment out that I wouldn't mind both teams wearing their home jerseys like USC and UCLA do. Arguably the 2 most iconic uniforms in college football going head-to-head would be AWESOME.
I understand that this is done for the money and the recruits and I actually like the alternates, but I just wish The Game was left untouched. (And I say that as a 25 year old millennial.)
You can blame eastern Ohio television stations for it. Family grew up in eastern Ohio and all they showed were Steelers games at the time, so that's what I grew up with.
I think a big part of it is how difficult it is to watch whatever game you want. For college football, if you have ESPN, every single game is at your fingertips on the WatchESPN app. For the NFL, you either need to get satellite and then pay for Sunday Ticket or you can pay $70 A DAMN MONTH to watch all the games. That is ridiculous! I know I'll get hate for saying this, but I'm a Steelers fan and I only get to see about half the games a year because I'm at the mercy of the local CBS and FOX stations. It's 2017, then NFL needs to embrace the times and move away from their early 2000s broadcast model. If they opened it up the way college football is opened up to anyone across the country, then their ratings will jump up, I guarantee it.
Also, not allowing anyone to watch the games on a mobile device unless they have Verizon is completely stupid. Whoever made that decision should be let go.
Seeing Isaiah Prince still starting at right tackle is concerning not only for protection of JT, but depth at the position. Sigh.....
I second this. I use the Next Radio app because the 97.1 app sucks with great data signal, let alone the spotty service you're sure to get in the Shoe. Also, if you listen on the app, there will be a 30 second or so delay. I get a clear signal and there's no delay with Next Radio.
I noticed the ghosting on my buddy's TV, but it never happened on mine. I messed around with some of the settings on his TV and was able to fix it. The biggest thing I fixed was "reduce motion blur" which, ironically enough, caused the ghosting of the players' legs and the football when it was in the air.
I honestly only have YouTube TV for the sports since I stream all the other shows I watch, but I did notice it's a little light on everything non-sports related. But, as you said, I'm sure Google is working on adding more channels as time goes on.