|04/28/2018 - 4:12pm||Chemo is sometimes used in lay language||
To represent any medication that intentionally suppresses the immune system.
|04/28/2018 - 4:06pm||No||
When death is imminent or expected, then the team calls Gift of Life. The medical team’s primary duty is to the patient and their best interests. The transplant team’s primary interest is in the patient who needs a transplant. Gift of Life Acts as an objective intermediary.
|04/28/2018 - 11:56am||Here’s the link.||
This is an important myth to dispel. As an ICU doc, I don’t know the patients’ organ donation status. Someone from my team is required to call Gift of Life about each dying patient. The Gift of Life team then contacts the patient’s family.
Gift of Life is the non profit group that manages organ donation for the state of Michigan. I’m on mobile so I can’t embed. Check the last question on this FAQ from their website for further verification.
|03/17/2018 - 7:22pm||Did he win Gatorade Nevada player of the year over DTR?||
|01/25/2018 - 1:48pm||I believe that the University||
has to formally post a new job opening, even if the job has already been tentatively assigned to someone already.
|01/17/2018 - 6:48am||I’m surprised Bell left Maryland||
Where he had total control of the offense for a spot where he probably won’t have sole play calling duties. But he probably feels FSU is a better jumping off point to a head coaching job. Tough break for DJ.
|01/15/2018 - 6:39pm||Totally agree||
It’s a lot easier getting a Valdosta player to FSU than to Michigan, regardless of the coach recruiting him.
|12/22/2017 - 5:52pm||Hope you're right...||
Would love for it to be trash
EDIT: Also being reported on Warchant/Rivals (though sources remains murky at best):
|12/22/2017 - 4:54pm||OT: Frey leaving for FSU?||
OT but I don't think I can post on the Board.
Anyone else heard anything similar? He is an FSU alum so it could be true...just hoping it's not.
|12/19/2017 - 6:10pm||Seems like poor timing for Rutgers||
Day before the start of the signing period. Can’t be a good thing.
Hope all goes well for Coach Kill though.
|12/19/2017 - 9:38am||I hope he's that good...||
but isn't he our only WR in this class?
|12/16/2017 - 5:32pm||He's at UF for an OV this weekend|
|12/14/2017 - 6:59pm||Maybe not...||
Official visit this weekend and Iowa has him as a LB. MOAR tight ends!
|12/07/2017 - 5:46pm||I don’t think this is true||
First, I get Oregon’s disappointment about losing their coach after a year. That sucks, but there’s been quite a bit of revisionist history with Taggart’s move. Jimbo left FSU on Thursday or Friday. Until Sunday, respectable Oregon columnists were reporting that lines of communication between Taggart and the administration were open and that Taggart was very honest about the difficulty of the decision. The rhetoric changed on Monday when people felt like Taggart was dragging the decision. On Tuesday, he had accepted th FSU job.
In the big scheme of things, 2-3 days is really not that much time to think someone was dragging on a decision. I mean, Jimbo was more or less playing FSU since October and had stopped recruiting around Halloween.
|12/06/2017 - 4:50pm||To call the facilities trash is Jimbo Fisher overkill||
They're not on par with Alabama or Clemson, but they're by far the best in the state of Florida and at or exceed the level of most high-performing football schools.
|12/06/2017 - 4:47pm||Justin Wilcox||
Pros: Alumnus, might stay more than 1 year, trending up after his time in Wisconsin/Cal
Cons: only been at Cal for 1 year, they like offense at UO, they picked Hoke over Wilcox as DC