We are a lot closer than you think. My most recent antibody post (8/3/20) for Florida. These are not Point of Care tests (which would be higher). These are persons who never tested positive for covid19, and are only counted one time. The positivity rate for recovery continues to climb, and that is a good sign as we move closer to immunity. Florida, in active covid19 tests, has been 18.2% positive for the last 50 days or so. We are a lot closer to herd immunity in this state than I previously thought. It could be as high as 50% right now. I can't speak for other states at this time as I don't have the info handy for their antibody studies - sorry.
I'm still mad about the safety called on Boom. His forward progress was obviously stopped. If he would have broke it for a TD, I'm convinced they would have ruled forward progress stopped on the 2 yard line. If it doesn't put you there automatically, it is at the 1:20:46 mark.
I really couldn;t care less about how sharp the players look. I want nice angles and good playability. Nothing wrong with Tecmo Super Bowl, could have used more camera angles though. If players have giant bobbleheads, that's fine as long as the game is fun. TV Sports Football on TG16 was my favorite growing up.
We have differing opinions. Regardless, nice chatting with you.
Are you being sarcastic, or trying to put words in my mouth? You said shutup and dribble, I didn't.
History has shown politics is a one way to significant losses in revenue.
I don't ever want to see politics when I watch sports. The NFL lost me 3 years ago. I have no problem doing the same with the NBA and MLB.
These kids want to play football, they don't see this as risking their lives. When I was their age, I would have felt the exact same way. You know how many college aged kids have died from this in Florida from covid19 in the last 4 months? 2, and neither were finely tuned healthy athletes like ours at Ohio State - Those 2 unfortunately had pre-existing conditions.
Let the kids play, some are doing it for their future NFL careers, and all are doing for the love of the game.
Agreed, I have a nice onkyo receiver too.
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Was that a mispelling/typo, or is that what it really was?
So they put Nick below Joey and Cameron. He doesn't care, Nick has his own Funko.
Clemson comes to BC this year. Love to see the Buckeye College players and coaches do what we should have done this year.
Kijana Carter miss was the biggest I can think of.
That was a great game! The first football game I played was on there. I would pretend I was Kenny Anderson, and do the quick hitches all day long on those guys. I remember when real sports football came out in the early 80's, we were amazed that the players actually fell down lol. As far as your question, it is what specific people think of our former players, so doesn't mean a hill of beans - But those ratings live forever on a video game, so it is a legacy, and respect for OSU football.
Not 100% true. Cadets if they fail out for certain reason, will have to enlist.
The debacle of the "neutral field". OSU had to put all the expenses, had to travel, had to get hotel rooms, road food, air fare, time away from school, etc, etc. That is not the original intention of Neutral Field. That's like the Blue Jackets playing a netutral game in the Schott.
I can't think of any team I ever loathed except Michigan. Miami when they were still cocky in the 90's, and maybe FSU, but still didn't "loathe" them, just hated the attitudes of some players. In the 70's USC and UCLA come to mind, in the 2000's Oregon maybe. In the 80's possibly BYU (they were always overrated)
As long as it is truly neutral, not like the TCU debacle a couple years ago. Oklahoma, TX would be neutral, Portland or Seattle would not be.
I'm so starved for sports, I'd watch a 4 square tournament if there was beer involved.
You're probably right, although I think Hoak would have played more snaps last year if they felt comfortable with Chugs and didn't need the work. Chugs got as much playing time then probably any real backup in the country.
It all depends on Hoak's development. If Hoak is a clear #2, then one of them may redshirt. If they are both ahead of Hoak, let them play.
Of course, but this is about recruiting. Gundy should have said what he feels, not what people want him to say. If he likes OAN, then say it. If recruiting takes a hit so be it, because either way recruiting takes a hit. He should have come out fighting, he couldn't be worse off than he is now.
He didn't know it at the time, but his reputation took a bigger hit by bowing to the people accusing him of racism. Gundy should have came out firing.
In my opinion: Unfortunately, he's labeled. It's a sad state when that happens. A lifetime of work, poof, gone in a minute for wearing a tshirt of the news that you read. There is nothing he can do to get his reputation back unless his players vocally come to his rescue and defend his freedom of choice.
I agree with Haskins, but I can't shake that Purdue game. I chose Cardale because he never lost, when they needed him, he peaked.