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Just read a nice article about Crist not having a concussion that really seems to emphasis the fact the Crist was evaluated by doctors and determined to be ok.
However, according to WebMD... sorry I googled it quickly, concussion symptoms include confusion and blurred vision.
First, how does someone exhibit concussion symptoms but not have a concussion?
Second, why does the freakin media go out of their way to spin it like nothing was wrong and almost make Kelly out to be the good guy? If RR had done something like this it would have been more negativity with people saying RR doesn't care about his players. The double standard is so apparent and disgusting. People are freakin lemmings!
Given the limited playing time (smart for the team, somewhat sucks for the Heisman race), I'm pretty curious to see how many carries Denard gets the next two weeks. Against UMass, I'm guessing <10 carries, ~100 yards. It's be smart to test the RBs, as well as give Denard practice throwing longer routes. Thoughts?
So I'm procrastinating and reading the offense UFR when I decide that I'm curious to check if wikipedia has any articles on speed--not the classic 90s action movie, the amphetamine, or your run-of-the-mill rate of d/t, but perhaps something on the physiology behind the varying ability of an organism to move fast, especially when that ability varies within a species, specifically humans. Basically, a "science of sports" type of article. Misguided and stupid? Perhaps, but just let it be.
Jonas is a linebacker. He's got a badass beard. He hits people. We sit outside Schembechler Hall, me with my pen and my notebook, the light of my recorder burning OSU red. I catch him staring at it a few times. Jonas is tired from his workout. He missed his ride home with teammate and fellow linebacker Obi Ezeh. He hasn't even had time to take the tape off his wrists. Because of me, he's now going to have to ride Obi's bike home. Jonas has gone from being less than excited to being a little pissed.