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|4 days 23 hours ago||It'd be a FERPA violation if||
It'd be a FERPA violation if anything.
|4 days 23 hours ago||It would be FERPA. Athletic||
It would be FERPA. Athletic departments aren't covered by HIPAA.
|7 weeks 5 days ago||Right, because it's not like||
Right, because it's not like the kid's high school coach has any motivation to downplay his injuries. Not like he migh want to avoid any questions about whether he rushed he kid back after the first time he blew out his knee, thus contributing to he second knee injury.
Let's review the timeline of events:
1. Dean commits to OSU.
2. December 2013: Dean tears ACL. No big deal for OSU (see e.g. Barrett, JT).
3. Fall 2014: Dean comes back for senior year, plays all season.
4. December 2014: Dean tears his meniscus during his final game. Apparently the same knee as he previously injured.
5. January 2015, Dean early enrolls at OSU. This is the first time that OSU's physicians have been allowed to examine him. During his first week on campus, OSU's doctors determine he is medically unable to play football and refuse to clear him. Dean tweets about needing a meniscus transplant.
6. March/April 2015: Dean's coach publicly attacks OSU for hardshipping Dean, and claims (but does not seem to have provided copies) to have a second opinion from Dr. Andrews that Dean will be fine after a bit of rehab.
7. Dean goes to Auburn. It's unclear whether Auburn's doctors have medically cleared him, or whether they've even seen his MRIs.
|7 weeks 5 days ago||I might know some people.||
I might know some people. Can you give a bit more information about the area of law? Is it employment related?
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Are you from the SEC?||
Are you from the SEC?
|10 weeks 4 days ago||OSU offers courtesy cups of||
OSU offers courtesy cups of water for free.
|10 weeks 4 days ago||I had season tickets in the||
I had season tickets in the row behind the guy on the left. He didn't know anything about football, spent the entire season begging cameramen to put him on TV, and sat on his hands when he wasn't being shown. We used to throw gummy bears at his wig to see if we could get them to stick.
|10 weeks 4 days ago||They've been pushing it off||
They've been pushing it off and on since at least the '80s. Bo was one of the biggest proponents when he was AD.
|10 weeks 5 days ago||God forbid that schools||
God forbid that schools require student-athletes to be students first.
|11 weeks 15 hours ago||Tossup between Stadium||
Tossup between Stadium Mustard or Bertman's Ballpark Mustard.
|11 weeks 15 hours ago||Hi Friend.||
|11 weeks 15 hours ago||When was that? I thought the||
When was that? I thought the B1G has required members to give multiyear scholarships since at least the Carr era.
|11 weeks 20 hours ago||Louisiana might require a||
Louisiana might require a showing of motive, but Louisiana is weird.
|11 weeks 20 hours ago||Motive is not one of the||
Motive is not one of the elements that the prosecution must prove. It helps create a narrative for the jury, but outside of that, it's not really important.
|11 weeks 1 day ago||McCullough has been rumored||
McCullough has been rumored to be a gray shirt since he first committed. See e.g. http://thebuckeyebattlecry.com/recruiting/fbrecruiting/liam-mccullough-i... ("That’s three verbals in three days...although this one is being identified by some as a 'gray shirt.'")
|11 weeks 1 day ago||I believe it was a mix of||
I believe it was a mix of Florida's policy and Meyer's philosophy. If I remember, he was quite critical of the practice, especially when kids were flat out cut from the team.
|11 weeks 2 days ago||Or it says that sports radio||
Or it says that sports radio is a medium that thrives on manufactured controversy. Historically, Meyer hasn't oversigned. If you look at his tenure in Florida, he averaged 23.33 players per year. That was 2nd to last in the SEC, and would have been 5th in the B1G during that period. http://www.waitingfornextyear.com/2011/11/urban-meyer-ushers-in-a-comple...
It makes no sense for Meyer to cut a 4* prospect before signing day, and before the kid had even been on the field to see what he can do. The simpler explanation is that the kid blew out his knee and is unable to perform. As for the long snapper, grayshirting, while not ideal, isn't that rare. For instance, Jeremy Clark at Michigan.
|11 weeks 2 days ago||FERPA and HIPPAA would||
FERPA and HIPPAA would prevent that from being released.
|11 weeks 2 days ago||The medical team made the||
The medical team made the decision on January 12, which is way before OSU knew how many kids it would actually sign. Moreover, Dean was tweeting about a meniscus transplant in January. It sucks, but the kid's career is over.
|11 weeks 2 days ago||Mark May.||
|11 weeks 5 days ago||Wasn't this an Ohio case?||
Wasn't this an Ohio case?
|11 weeks 5 days ago||I don't think anyone truly||
I don't think anyone truly expects a national championship threepeat. I don't think we'll ever see that with the playoff system. That said, I think OSU will continue to dominate the B1G for the foreseeable future. MSU has peaked, Nebraska just fired a coach who went 9-3 for one who went 5-7, Wisconsin is Wisconsin, and Michigan is in the beginning stages of its third rebuilding since 2008.
|11 weeks 5 days ago||Dean was tweeting about a||
Dean was tweeting about a meniscus transplant in January. Unfortunately, OSU can't discuss specific medical issues due to FERPA and HIPPAA , meaning that we're relying on an upset teenager and his high school coach to give us medical information. I can understand Dean's unhappiness at being told his career is over. Dean probably expected to play in the NFL, and to be told that's not going to happen has to be tough.
|11 weeks 6 days ago||And are you basing your||
And are you basing your medical opinion on the extensive examination you've conducted, or simply that it's Urban Meyer?
|11 weeks 6 days ago||Per 11Warriors, the kid was||
Per 11Warriors, the kid was tweeting about needing a meniscus transplant back in January.
|12 weeks 19 hours ago||I think at least two||
I think at least two quarterbacks see significant time this fall for OSU. Maybe all three, depending on Braxton's shoulder.
|12 weeks 20 hours ago||OSU's defense in 2012 was||
OSU's defense in 2012 was horrendous. Average to bad defenses don't put the starting fullback in at middle linebacker because he's the best tackler on the team.
|12 weeks 20 hours ago||I'm going to disagree with||
I'm going to disagree with you about Meyers; he had to completely rebuild the O-line and the defense.
|12 weeks 20 hours ago||I enjoy them.||
I enjoy them.
|14 weeks 22 hours ago||Accelerated law school||
Accelerated law school programs are a horrible idea if you actually want to practice law. My understanding is that you take classes year round, meaning you can't really clerk or intern anywhere, so you graduate with no practical skills and no contacts.
As far as career stats, for recent classes, roughly 44% of law school grads actually get a permanent job that requires bar admission within nine months of graduating. That includes people doing document review, which is like the Wal-Mart of law jobs. If you have a degree in hard sciences or something and want to do patent law, go for it. Otherwise, I'd urge you to seriously consider it and read some of the law school scam blogs.