It just HAD to be the officiating, or the weather, or some other excuse.
It could NOT be that mooney was outplayed by a better team. That is impossible.
Maybe they can shrink down to D 5 and play Ursuline for the state championship nex year
December 7, 2013 at 10:26 a.m.
Where's the party (at)?
Winners get champaign and cigars, losers get diet coke and cheetos.
December 6, 2013 at 8:33 p.m.
Stealing, especially from the aged, is quite scummish
December 2, 2013 at 10:19 a.m.
I must say, it appeared, especially in the last 2 games, that we had been scouted effectively.
The loss to northern Iowa was BAD, after leading 14-3 at half.
November 25, 2013 at 10:13 a.m.
I agree with Pete Guin a lot!
As a fan, VERY DISAPPOINTED with a lack of playoffs this year!
When they were 7-1 and crusing into Northern Iowa, every astute fan in town was apprehensive about catastrophe---and it happened! an 0-3 finish! The worst of all possible worlds.
My only real 'beef' is that there arent more local kids making HUGE contributions, as in the Tressel Era. Fitch, Mooney, Boardman, City, etc., all had kids play big roles on CHAMPIONSHIP teams. It looks like our recruiting trips to Florida land third tier kids who dont seem up for the challenge of 'the last three weeks.' jus sayin'
November 24, 2013 at 4:25 p.m.
YSU's football team lost its final three games, two of which were played at home and one of which was played against a team which had lost 5 games in a row.
The enthusiasm for the team was well-documented by the 'crowd,' i.e. attendance today. Penguin fans have come out in all sorts of weather over the years, and the fumbling away of a win v, Northern Iowa followed by a thrashing at the hands of NDSU made today's game with SDSU something of a let-down.
Losing by such a lopsided score today made 'making the playoffs' appear to be a fool's errand, so's to speak. What is the good of making the playoffs, following three straight losses, when a defeat in the first round seems like a forgone conclusion?
YSU's fans need to be rewarded with sound coaching and recruiting. Jus sayin'
November 23, 2013 at 8:21 p.m.
I think this man's due process rights were violated, specifically the right to not give evidence against himself (5th Amendment, US Constitution).
If, in fact, the Sobchakian one is correct (and I hate to admit that possibility) and the gent was 'under arrest,' then he should not/cannot be compelled to provide information about himself.
The alternative was to lie when asked as to his prior whereabouts. So he is either guilty of the conveyance offense, or hindering a police investigation, by lying.
A third alternative, silence, broadly implies guilt in our culture, and will require a trip in the cruiser to police headquarters, something that most citizens abhor. It does, however, provide time for some clear thinking and contact with legal defense.
From all aspects, a bad deal.
November 23, 2013 at 11:25 a.m.
Here is an idea--Find a city employee, give him a car and I-phone, and Explain the job as checking the status of ALL city owned property on a rolling basis. A list of such property would then be cross referenced with the photos taken.
If the information is in conflict, ask questions and get answers!
This requires record keeping, time management and physical and mental energy.
November 21, 2013 at 12:52 p.m.
in addition, perhaps a remedial reading class.
My post, as such, makes no mention of President Obama, or whom he loves or does not love.
November 18, 2013 at 6:11 p.m.
To: DACOUNTRYBOY Kennedy's presidential run was based on the advice from his brother Bob that the grits and rednecks in WVA would vote for him in the 1960 Dem primary, despite the fact that JFK was a Roman Catholic. If you think JFK 'loved' rural America, you need to ask to have your meds adjusted.
JFK was a major league-level ladies man. The most interesting question about JFK is where his children are located other than those he had with his wife.
JFK's presidency was an enormous failure. The bay o pigs fiasco, among other 'initiatives,' were demonstrative of the fact that he was addicted to pain killers and acquiring chicks. He was 'against' A. Phillip Randoph and King,. jr.'s March on Washington, petrified in fact by the possibility of Civil Rights becoming an important issue during his presidency. He DID, however, manage to engulf the US in Viet Nam, a situation from which the nation was extricated in the mid-70's.
All the truth in the world adds up to one big lie--Bob Dylan
November 17, 2013 at 8:08 p.m.