I read the book (and reviewed it today). It's not about Ohio State. Too far north.
Oh shit. Thanks for the reminder.
That's a great question for Dan Hope, who left a successful run on the Clemson beat to join Eleven Warriors.
That was not a coincidental choice of words
Jalin Marshall, but enjoys school. Nice.
Tressel coached the team through the spring of 2011 (it was the scrimmage where they wore camo helmets) and resigned on Memorial Day.
Mattison was Urban's DC at Florida for the Glendale Massacre.
PAPN is good whenever they don't have bad guests.
My scriptwriting skills are limited to cartoonish, cheeky humor. This is English Patient-level dramatic prose I am incapable of conceiving or creating.
Just got back in the country and wasn’t a part of this decision (if it was a formal decision?) but my personal opinion on the matter is that if Jim Jordan was not involved or affiliated with Ohio State during Strauss’ tenure, this would be a non-issue. There are people who want to make this tragedy particularly about Jordan and his role in it, and in return there are people who will reflexively defend Jordan and also (rightfully) point out the injection of politics into an otherwise non-political story. That intersection makes it political, and we know from experience what happens here.
After months of research and 5K words on the topic, Im comfortable saying the national media is transfixed on the wrong Jim here https://t.co/aWQCyxKuqo— Ramzy Nasrallah (@ramzy) July 13, 2018
I made my own opinion on the Jordan/Strauss story known when I ran my story on it last year. This was systemic failure of cowardice and coverup and Jordan is a convenient target for obvious, familiar and emotional reasons - but if you’re going to pick one of the many to be pissed off at, the AD at the time who abruptly retired at the ripe old age of 47 is a much better choice.