|09/20/2017 - 10:16am||Have hired Ross & Penn undergrads||
Wharton > Penn > Ross > Brown
I'm a Michigan econ grad, so I understand that I'm somewhat dissing my own education, but Wharton/Penn kids command higher salaries, get into top 5/10 MBA programs at higher rates, and have greater access to top companies (Goldman, Google, Apple, McKinsey, etc.) at internship/graduation time.
When we hire Ross kids, we're competing against Ford, KPMG, Accenture. When we hire Penn alums we are competing against Google, and corporate strategy teams at Cap 1, P&G, etc. When we hire Wharton alums, we are competing against Goldman, McKinsey, Bain, TPG.
Just my $0.02, but if your kid can get into Penn/Wharton, then that's probably the best long-term bet for them.
|05/24/2017 - 1:12pm||Welcome||
First, I think we should welcome nice and friendly fans from all fanbases.
Second, I like the premise of the question and think that Bosa will get the "bigger" stats (sacks, TFLs, etc.), especially if he continues to play on the outside. IMO, I would rather have Gary over Bosa because filling an interior line is harder than the outside.
Just my $0.02
|02/09/2016 - 2:00pm||Couldn't agree more||
Really appreciate the work, Alum96!
|06/08/2015 - 2:19pm||I'm in a similar boat||
An MBA only makes sense for me if: 1) I go to a top 10-type program AND 2) I decide I want to be in banking or consulting because the debt + foregone wages are too big of a loss to cover the increase in salary w/ an MBA (even including faster rate of comp growth w/ an MBA).
My advice: if you want an MBA, try for a top 5/10 program (HBS, Stanford GSB, Wharton, Kellogg, etc.), and if you don't get in/don't want to get an MBA, see if your employer will pay for your EMBA. Every EMBA I've met is company-sponsored and works full-time, so you won't have any debt and you'll be making $$.
|08/18/2014 - 7:37pm||Needed to happen||
Once the video was released
|06/10/2014 - 11:28am||Just signed up||
Thanks for posting the link, OP. Here's hoping we save some lives.
|03/20/2014 - 11:24am||I lol'd at work||
and got weird looks from my coworkers after seeing this pic. Well done.
|08/22/2013 - 4:14pm||Class of 2010||
BA Econ, Male, Finance, Media/Entertainment, born in A2 so I was born to go to UM and currently residing in the Rocky Mountain State
|06/24/2013 - 11:35pm||Sebastian Janikowski||
He was a 1st rounder and hits within 50 and 60 yards on a pretty regular basis
|06/18/2013 - 3:02pm||Wish there was a way||
to download to your 360 while at work. That'd be glorious.
|06/02/2013 - 2:03am||Did not know that||
Thanks for the info!
|06/02/2013 - 1:51am||Random Question||
I know nothing about softball, so I wanted to know why they scuff the balls? That seems counter-intuitive to me for them to scuff the balls before using them, but I've never played.
|05/29/2013 - 3:02pm||Did the same thing||
it's so crazy to think Jake Ryan was low 3-star, high 2-star prosect. Really makes you wonder the kind of growth we can get from these "very high ceiling" prospects with Hoke and Mattison coaching them.
|05/02/2013 - 1:52pm||Fox Sports 1 could come into play||
and given that BTN is 49% owned by News Corp, I think you'll see Fox take a keen interest on protecting some CFB from the ABC/ESPN duo. I'd expect Fox to pay more than market value simply to ensure that FS1 has enough content to be competitive with the ESPNs.
|05/02/2013 - 1:43pm||If SEC Network Comes in at $1/sub||
And you live in, say Atlanta, you'd be paying $10 + whatever margin your cable provider adds on in sports costs for just 4 channels: ESPN, ESPN2, Fox Sports South, and SEC Network (Source: SNL Kagan). It'd be worth it if you're a sports fan, but they're fleecing everyone else.