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|19 hours 19 min ago||Innocent until proven guilty||
applies only to what the jury at the criminal trial is supposed to be told. The defendant is presumed innocent and the burden is on the state to prove otherwise.
Innocent until proven guilty isn't the rule outside that context. When it comes to expulsion/suspension/etc. if you're at a state college, you're entitled to due process, which may or may not mean you're only suspended pending trial. If you're at a private school like Stanford, you are entitled to nothing more than whatever rights they give when you sign an "I agree to be bound by the code of student conduct" paperwork.
|1 day 17 hours ago||Carroll is hardly a good example||
He may not have won the NC again after 2005 but look at his teams after that:
2006: knocked out of NC game by upset loss to UCLA; finished #4
2007: upset losses to Stanford and Oregon knocked them out of NC game; finished #2
2008: upset loss to Oregon State kept them out of NC game; finished #2
2009: finished 9-4
Hard to say that his national recruiting didn't help given the razor-thin margin between playing for the NC or not in the BCS era.
Just lazy writing to say that not winning the NC meant that a particular recruiting approach didn't work.
|2 days 19 hours ago||Phone contact is permitted||
and once you're into a quiet (rather than dead) period, campus visits (official or not) are permitted.
|2 days 19 hours ago||not entirely true||
because the dead period doesn't prevent phone calls and in fact the normal phone call restrictions are lifted in the days around signing day.
|3 days 16 hours ago||If you owned the hotel||
I'm not sure you'd feel that way.
|1 week 5 hours ago||It used to be the "base comp"||
It used to be the "base comp" was all UM paid the coach and rest of the pay came from apparel deals, summer camps, coaches' show, etc.
|1 week 5 hours ago||Michigan normally ties||
Michigan normally ties buyouts to buyouts they've paid to others schools or hiring bonuses they've paid, which also makes buyouts more likely to be upheld in court.
|1 week 2 days ago||Yeah, I have to say||
That in my college days when we threw parties we never budgeted for potential damage.
Largely because people who were prone to do a lot of damage were never invited in the first place.
I get that frats don't control their members the same way. Explains why I never joined a frat.
|1 week 2 days ago||I read most of the thread||
and didn't see anyone really trying to justify their behavior. Mostly people flabbergasted at your shock that UM students were capable of such things.
Mix 18-21 year old guys in large numbers together with alcohol and bad things can happen.
Google the media coverage of the way people acted after UM won the basketball championship in 1989 as just one example. A police car was rolled through the front window of the First of America (I know its something else now) branch at the corner of South U. and East U., among many other things.
|1 week 2 days ago||Because the conduct happened off campus and outside Ann Arbor||
there won't be any school-related penalties unless the people in charge of such things decide that the alleged conduct shows the people involved to be a threat to members of the university community.
Fraternity members are no more representatives of the school than any other student is.
|1 week 2 days ago||In my time at the university||
I saw all manner of misbehavior from students, both those in fraternities and those who weren't. Fraternity stuff can be more destructive just because they tend to gather larger numbers of people together. Sometimes they may also gather more meatheads together than your typical student gathering. Certainly not always the case but it was in some cases in my experience.
I'm not sure why you think Michigan would be immune. Last time I checked they didn't have any morals testing as part of the admissions process - and drunk kids will do some stupid stuff.
|2 weeks 3 days ago||Well, to be a grad assistant||
he would have to, you know, be a grad student.
He would also not be allowed to participate in off-campus recruiting.
|3 weeks 17 hours ago||Driving in from Ohio I prefer 3:30||
Much better to leave the house around 10am than 7am.
|3 weeks 17 hours ago||The City of Ann Arbor||
has been very resistent to them and has asked that there be no more than one night game a year. It wasn't just that Dave wanted to make big events, though that was a factor.
|3 weeks 18 hours ago||I believe that Lloyd got one after the ND game in 2006*||
|3 weeks 18 hours ago||We were way up in the cheap seats||
with the "UofM Loves James Edwards" banner.
|7 weeks 4 days ago||Or you can get yourself banned||
I got banned for questioning another poster's statement that John Wangler and 2 1990s era players were personally involved in undermining Rodriguez.
I asked if there was any, you know, evidence to support that and then my access to the site was revoked.
At least that's a good way to avoid dealing with the hassle of cancelling.
|8 weeks 20 hours ago||You say that like||
it's a bad thing.
Which it's not.
|9 weeks 3 days ago||Personally||
I miss Howard King. Hasn't been the same since he retired.
|9 weeks 4 days ago||ESPN||
charges more for access to its programming than anyone else. It's hardly keeping the cable companies alive.
|10 weeks 2 days ago||for parking||
It just depends on how much you're willing to pay.
$25 should get you within an easy half mile walk at Colonial Lanes or the old Kroger at Stadium and Industrial.. $40 will get you a lot closer.
(speaking of which, anyone know why that Kroger closed?)
|10 weeks 4 days ago||My 14 year old daughter was with me that day||
Her: "what is wrong with that woman?"
Me: "I am so happy to hear that you don't yet immediately recognize someone who is drunk. By the way, this is what happens when you let someone put a microphone in your hand in front of lots of people when you've had far too many glasses of wine."
|11 weeks 17 hours ago||Yes but the OP||
mentioned the Sugar Bowl, which we went to after the 2011 season.
|11 weeks 3 days ago||Center fields||
in most other MLB ballparks aren't 420 feet either.
|11 weeks 3 days ago||Here's the budget for the 2014-2015 academic year||
which breaks down the sources of revenue and the major areas of expenditure.
|12 weeks 1 day ago||There are plenty of seats together||
in the end zones and a few on the sides.
I'm not sure what you've looked at but the seat map at mgoblue.com for the Nov. 21 game shows very few seats sold in the south end zone.
Just choose the option to view the seat map and all the green dots are tickets that are available. If that's not working for you call the ticket office at (866) 296-MTIX and order them over the phone. I'm sure they'll help you find two good ones together.
|12 weeks 2 days ago||ancedotally||
I have heard that its a slight fracture of the kneecap (i.e. bone chips).
|12 weeks 2 days ago||that's not right||
A "medical redshirt" means a "medical hardship" under the rules. It means that a year is not counted as a season of competition (you get 4) even though normally playing one down uses up one of those seasons. If Peppers didn't get a medical redshirt, this would count as his first season of competition because he played in 2 games (ASU, Miami).
There is a separate waiver that can be sought of the 5 year rule but a "medical redshirt" normally refers to getting back a year where a player played in a few games then got hurt.
|12 weeks 2 days ago||Regent approval will be required for the new AD's contract||
just as Hackett will need to be formally approved by the Regents.
You may think it's silly, but that's how it works. Given those realities, the guy tasked with making the decision will at least take the temperature of the Regents before he does it.
|12 weeks 5 days ago||If the students had been||
If the students had been smart enough to take advantage of an invention called the "winter coat" they'd have been fine. Instead most of them were wearing sweatshirts and started leaving in droves once the shadows fell on the student section.