Daily Dirt: Outdoor News for May 28, 2013

first_imgYour outdoor news bulletin for May 28, the day Volkswagon was founded in 1937, eventually making the Vanagon and allowing hippies to roam free and self sufficiently across the land for decades to come:Nike Dumps LivestrongThe dominoes continue to fall in the Lance Armstrong debacle that just won’t quit. In the latest, uber-shoe company Nike has decided to severe their ties with Livestong, the cancer awareness and support organization started by Armstrong. You may have seen their yellow wristbands around, or maybe used to see them around before Lance went on Oprah. Nike had already dropped their sponsorship of the cyclist in October, and Armstrong stepped down from the board of directors around the same time. Nike’s contract with Livestrong ends in 2014, so this wraps it all up in a pretty little bow. Nike has sold some $150 million in Livestrong gear…in 2012 alone, so this may hurt their bottom line, although they will still be selling the merchandise through the holiday season.The Business of Beer…LawJason Sandford has an interesting story in the Citizen-Times profiling a group of lawyers that have dedicated their practice to the laws of the business of producing craft beer. Tough job, but someone has to do it. With all the laws and regulations surround the exploding industry of micro and craft brewing, it’s good to have a trio of  attorneys dedicated to knowing exactly those rules are and how to get around them, er, comply with them. And what better place to set up shop than in Beer City USA (at least in 2012), the hub of the craft beer movement, Asheville, N.C. which seems to have a new brewery pop up every couple of weeks. There is a very interesting discussion about the art and creative side of brewing heady beer, versus business side of well, having a business and making money. That’s where the lawyers come in, obviously.Scouts Allow Gays, Sort Of…We don’t usually delve into social issues, but this is a biggie, so it gets a mention. The Boy Scouts of America, and the recent lightning-rod issue of homosexuality in the ranks, took a step toward progression last week then they declared they would allow openly gay scouts into the ranks. The decision was made by secret ballot by 1,400 volunteer leaders from 270 councils and passed with 60 percent of the vote. The decision only applied to scouts, however, and scout leaders will still have to be as straight as a merit badge sash. This seems like a compromise of sorts and Conservative groups had a hissy fit. John Stemberger, head of the Florida Family Policy Council is quoted as saying, “Allowing openly gay scouts will mean the blunt injection of hypersexuality and gay activism into a youth organization.” Hypersexuality? As oppose to all the not-gay, teenage scouts who do such a great job keeping their hormones in check?last_img read more

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ThurstonTalk Team Grows – Associate Editor Position Now Open

first_imgFacebook187Tweet0Pin0The Talk team includes (from left) Dan Jones, Kevin Coleman, Amy Rowley, Stacee Sledge, Kate Scriven, Martin McElliott, Margo Greenman and Tara Rendon. Across Western Washington more than 60 people work with our company to tell stories about what it’s like to live, work, and play in their communities.Join the fastest growing digital media company in Western Washington as our new Associate Editor.We are looking for a collaborative, team player to guide content on our community social network. The Associate Editor must be professional and display confidence working with a wide variety of people including writers, customers, teammates, marketing professionals and community partners.Read on to learn more about becoming our next Associate Editor.Job Responsibilities:Recruit, retain and manage a team of freelance writers.Source content and manage assignments.Copyedit articles prior to publishing. Work with customers on necessary revisions.Prepare articles for publishing.Edit and publish press releases.Circulate content to interested parties.Make publishing decisions to drive views.Manage social media accounts for Talk website(s).Develop article plans with customers. Translate plan to writers.Source, add, and edit events for the calendar.Act as a role model for the freelance writing team.Interact professionally and efficiently with sales team.Add insight and opinion to marketing team.Handle 8-10 featured business articles per month as a freelance writer (additional compensation).Perform other duties as assigned.Required Skills and Experience:Bachelor’s degree required.At least 3 years experience in communications, marketing, advertising or a related fieldExperience as a freelance writer or content creatorExcellent verbal and written communication skillsPrior experience in a position that required excellent organizational and time management skillsShowcase attention to detail skills.Comfortable networking and meeting new people while representing our brandProven ability to work toward solutions to problems and collaborate on ideasFluent in Microsoft Office including Word and Excel required. Previous experience working in WordPressPreferred Skills and Experience:Prior experience copy editingExperience managing othersPrevious experience managing social media accountsThis position will be a remote job with a team meeting weekly in Olympia. You must have reliable transportation to get to Olympia, handle freelance writing assignments, and meet with customers as needed. It will be important that you have prior experience managing your own time to complete tasks without direct supervision.A complete application will include:Current resume200-word writing sample about why you love your communityFour sentences that describe the value you will bring to our teamPlease do not include any other attachments or work samples, unless requested.Send your application to [email protected] by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 1, 2016.last_img read more

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Top Cop Seelall Persaud returns today

first_imgAfter some six months of leave, the Commissioner of the Guyana Police Force, Seelall Persaud will be resuming his duties today.Both the substantive Top Cop and Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan confirmed on Sunday that Persaud was set to return to work.“Yes, that’s correct; he will be returning tomorrow… He is going to resume duty tomorrow until he retires,” Ramjattan told Guyana Times. Persaud is scheduled to retire in April of this year.Police Commissioner Seelall PersaudPersaud had proceeded on four months’ vacation leave and was slated to return to work on November 24, 2017. However, he was asked to remain on leave “in the interest of the public” by the Public Security Minister.In a letter that was made public, Ramjattan instructed Persaud to go on “special leave” until further notice in the interest of the public, so as to allow for the continuation of initiatives and innovations being pursued by the Guyana Police Force’s temporary administration.That move was translated by commentators as Persaud getting the boot following the recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into the alleged plot to assassinate President David Granger.However, the Head of State had subsequently explained that the Top Cop was not asked to proceed on administrative leave rather he was merely asked to use up his remaining annual leave. He noted that the coalition Government was not in favour of public servants accumulating leave which sometimes resulted in them requesting payment for that time.Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan“Right now, there is nothing abnormal or irregular about Mr Seelall Persaud going on leave. The leave is due to him; he is not being sent on administrative leave; the leave is due to him and he should enjoy it,” he added.On March 29, 2017, Andriff Gillard reported to the Police that his friend and neighbour, Nizam Khan, had offered him $7 million to assassinate the President. He said the offer was made during a conversation between Khan and himself after he had approached Khan to borrow $6 million to purchase a property.Following the allegation, President Granger commissioned an inquiry to investigate how the Police had done their investigation of the allegation, and to make recommendations to address flaws and shortcomings of the Police Force.Retired Assistant Police Commissioner Paul Slowe headed the CoI. In his recommendations, Slowe suggested that disciplinary action be taken against Police Commissioner Persaud and that he be made to resign and investigated for perjury.The Commission found that a proper investigation was not conducted into the allegation made by Gillard, owing to the interference of Persaud. Slowe reported that the response by the Police was conditioned by the fact that Imran Khan, brother of the accused, has a close relationship with Persaud and other senior ranks of the Police Force.In addition, the Commission found that Imran had considerable influence in the decisions of Persaud in relation to promotions and transfers, which ultimately resulted in the investigative ranks being apprehensive.“The Commission recommends that Commissioner Seelall Persaud should be made to resign his position as the Commissioner of Police for the Guyana Police Force, under such terms and conditions that His Excellency considers appropriate. Failing which, proceedings should be initiated in accordance with Article 225 of the Constitution of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana to have him removed from the office for misbehaviour,” the report stated.It was also recommended that Persaud be investigated for perjury since he told the CoI that he first knew about the allegation after 16:00h on March 29, 2017 in spite of Assistant Police Commissioner Clifton Hicken testifying that he informed Persaud of the allegation around 10:00h that morning.However, Minister Ramjattan had stated that he was not in agreement with all of the recommendations of the report, and noted that before they were acted upon, they would have to be deliberated on by Cabinet.When asked on Sunday whether any decision was made as to whether Commissioner Persaud would remain on the job until his retirement or would be asked to resign in keeping with recommendations made, the Public Security Minister replied, “He is going to resume duty tomorrow until he retires.”last_img read more

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Lou Trivino terrorizing opposing hitters with improved new pitch

first_imgOAKLAND — The way Lou Trivino performed last season as a rookie he would have been fine keeping things the same. Yet four games into the 2019 season, Trivino appears to have added even more nastiness on the mound.“It makes him go from unfair to really unfair,” A’s manager Bob Melvin said.Trivino made a decision this spring to integrate his changeup into games more often. He has five pitches in his repertoire having been a starter earlier in his minor league career, but the changeup was a …last_img read more

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IBM: flexible computing for Africa

first_img“Starting with Africa, we see that this smart client package can help realise our vision of eliminating barriers to computer access for emerging markets,” said Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth. “Our IBM partnership brings together the strengths of collaboration to help our customers work smarter using this new approach.” A network of local service providers such as Inkululeko and ZSL Inc. are expected to extend the IBM Client locally throughout Africa to governments, educational institutions and businesses. 16 October 2009 In addition to local service providers, IBM will also work with leading universities such as Uganda’s Makerere University and academic consortiums to bring this new computing model down to individuals in the employment or attendance of learning institutions. “Software is an important enabler of the service industry,” said Professor Venansius Barya Baryamureeba of Makerere University’s IT faculty. “However, most of the good software is unaffordable by most of the users in developing countries, hence most users in developing countries have resorted to pirated software and free software. The IBM client for Smart Work is now available across Africa, and is being piloted for other emerging and growth markets worldwide. It runs on Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux operating system, and provides the option to deliver collaboration through the web in a “cloud service” model. Eliminating barriers to access “The IBM smart client package can help African governments deliver open standards using Open Document Format, which contributes toward the savings of up to 50% per individual seat versus a Microsoft-based desktop based on licensing, administration and maintenance,” IBM said in a statement last month. “But most free software packages can be a nightmare of setup woes, training costs, and processes that just don’t fit your organisation,” Baryamureeba said. “The hope lies in affordable software that is as good as proprietary software, which benefits from economies of scales as a result of targeting a mass market.” According to the US-based company, the reduction of personal computing costs may enable governments to transfer information technology expenditures to fund initiatives such as crisis management, education and health care. Businesses that cannot afford traditional PCs for all employees can now use any type of device and low-cost software to enable all workers to “work smarter anywhere” using a variety of devices, regardless of the level of communications infrastructure. IT giant IBM has teamed up with open source software firm Canonical to introduce Smart Work, a flexible software package for netbooks and other “thin” client devices, to help businesses in Africa bridge the digital divide by leapfrogging traditional PCs and proprietary software. In addition, businesses can exponentially increase their computing and collaboration power without additional infrastructure costs, through virtualisation of the collaboration software. SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material New computing models Part of IBM’s Smart Work initiative, the new package targets the rising popularity of low-cost netbooks to make IBM’s industrial-strength software affordable to new, mass audiences in Africa. Available ‘across Africa’ With the new package, businesses can cultivate new suppliers and partners over the internet through IBM’s LotusLive.com, which will allow them to expand service to new customers beyond their local area. The solution includes open standards-based e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets, unified communication, social networking and other software for any laptop, netbook, or a variety of mobile devices.last_img read more

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Android Gingerbread & Honeycomb Will Combine to Form Ice Cream

first_imgWhat it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … sarah perez At this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Google’s former CEO, now Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt delivered a keynote address where he revealed the future of the Android mobile operating system.  Currently, there are two distinct versions of Android: Android 2.3, code-named “Gingerbread” for smartphones and a newer, tablet-optimized version of Android 3.0 called “Honeycomb.” Schmidt says that the two separate versions will be merged in the next release of Android.Android Confusion The next version of Android is expected to be called “Ice Cream” or perhaps “Ice Cream Sandwich,” but Schmidt did not confirm the naming. All he said was that the follow-up release will start with an “I” and will be named after a dessert.This information came up during the Q&A session at the end of his keynote as Schmidt took questions from the audience. In this case, the audience member had asked for clarity on the many different variations of Google’s operating systems – not just Android, but also Chrome OS, Google’s browser-based desktop OS.“I apologize for the confusion,” said Schmidt in response to the question. He blamed the speed of innovation at Google for the causing the situation – different teams were working on the different versions of these operating systems at the same time.Chrome OS Will Also Merge with Android, Says Schmidt After responding that the two concurrent versions of Android would be merged in the next release, Schmidt also offhandedly mentioned that Chrome OS would eventually be merged with Android, too.In explaining the differences between Android and Chrome OS, Schmidt put it simply: “Chrome OS is unrelated to mobile phones. Chrome OS is for netbooks and PCs.” However, said Schmidt, “over time, we’re working on merging them.”Whether or not Google will actually be able to accomplish such a feat is unknown, but it’s interesting to hear that its vision is to have just one operating system for all devices – desktops, notebooks, netbooks, tablets, TVs, mobile phones and more.Details on Ice CreamIn the nearer future, what can we expect from the combined versions of Gingerbread and Honeycomb? According to an interview between PhoneScoop and Google Android Engineering Director Dave Burke, Ice Cream will bring Honeycomb’s “Action Bar” to Gingerbread. This is the bar that brings the contextual, app-specific buttons to the top of the screen.Burke also said that Honeycomb’s “System Bar” (the bar at the bottom) may not come to phones, but would remain a tablet-only feature. The hologram-esque visual styling found in Honeycomb will arrive in Ice Cream, though, as will Honeycomb’s multi-tasking app switcher functionality. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Tags:#Android#mobile#news center_img The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Related Posts last_img read more

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Windows in Thick Walls

first_imgThick, highly insulated walls are great for lowering energy bills and creating a more comfortable interior environment for occupants, but they present some unique challenges for builders when it comes to installing windows and doors.I’ve designed and/or built homes with many different types of thick walls, including 2×4 walls wrapped with continuous exterior insulation, cross-strapped 2×6 walls (aka “Mooney walls”), 12-in. double-stud walls, and 18-in.-plus panelized walls—and that’s not all of the different types of thick walls out there. Here, I’ll describe some of the snags I’ve hit when installing windows in these thick-wall assemblies, and the solutions I’ve designed or used in response. The details shown here are for moderately high-performance envelopes in climate zones 3 and higher, but they can be used for warmer zones or adapted for Passive House performance levels. In a future column, I’ll address the issue of installing doors in thick walls.Windows have to perform the functions of both the water-resistive barrier (WRB) and the air barrier. With the WRB and airtight layer at the sheathing, in some ways it’s easiest to keep the window flanges at the sheathing as well. This leaves the window recessed from the wall’s exterior plane and provides some welcome shadowlines, which are often absent from modern facades where everything is in plane. Before the continuous exterior insulation is installed, it’s business as usual. Once you add the exterior insulation, though, you have to create extension jambs toward the exterior, as well as a sill extension. This takes extra time and materials. One way to keep the added cost to a minimum is to eliminate the conventional exterior casing and allow the extension jambs to be the only exterior trim. It’s a modern look that not everyone likes, but the clean… This article is only available to GBA Prime Members Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details.center_img Start Free Trial Already a member? Log inlast_img read more

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FDDI notifies for faculty recruitment at various campuses

first_imgFDDI a premier institute in the area of Fashion, Footwear, Leather Products, Design Technology invites applications for the following academic posts for its various campuses. The appointment is on contract basis. 1. Sr. Consultant/ Consultant/ Jr. Consultant/Sr Faculty /Faculty /Associate Faculty- Total No. of Posts: 14 (2 Jodhpur /2 Chhindwara/2 Chennai /2 Kolkata/ 2 Rohtak/2 Fursatganj/2 Noida)Qualification: M.E./B.E./DFT/SFT/PGDFTM/Equivalent Degree with specialization in Footwear Production and exposure in Polymer Science and Sports Shoe Technology with relevant experience.2. Sr. Consultant/Consultant/Jr Consultant/Sr Faculty/Faculty /Associate Faculty-Fashion Design Total No. of Posts: 12 (2 Noida/ 2 Chennai/2 Kolkata/2 Fursatganj/2 Jodhpur/2 Rohtak)Qualification: Masters/PG Diploma /Bachelors in Fashion Designing /Equivalent degree with relevant experience.3. Sr.Consultant/Consultant/Jr Consultant/Sr Faculty/Faculty /Associate Faculty -For Footwear- PDC (CAD/CAM)Total No. of Posts: 7 (1 Noida/ 1Fursatganj/1 Jodhpur/1 Kolkata/1 Rohtak/1 Chhindwara/1 Chennai)Qualification: Masters/PG Diploma /Bachelors in Designing / CAD-CAM/ Equivalent degree with relevantexperience.4. Sr. Consultant/Consultant/Jr Consultant/Sr Faculty/Faculty /Associate Faculty -LGADTotal No. of Posts: 6 ( 2 Fursatganj/ 2 Kolkata/2 Noida)Qualification: Masters/PG Diploma /Bachelors in designing/ Equivalent degree with relevantexperience.5. Sr. Consultant/Consultant/Jr Consultant/Sr Faculty/Faculty /Associate Faculty -RetailTotal No. of Posts: 14 (2 Noida /2 Jodhpur /2 Fursatganj/ 2 Kolkata/ 2 Chennai/2 Chhindwara/2 Rohtak)Qualification: MBA/ Post Graduate/ PG Dip in Finance/Management/Marketing with exposure to Retail Marketing, Visual Merchandising, Market Research, Business statistics, Personality Development, General Management/ Equivalent degree with relevant experience.6. Sr. Consultant/Consultant/Jr Consultant/Sr Faculty/Faculty /Associate Faculty -Business ManagementTotal No. of Posts : 6 (3Rohtak/3 Noida)Qualification: Masters/PG Diploma / Equivalent degree with relevantexperience . 7. Sr Instructor/Instructor/ Demonstrator-Total No. of Posts : 14 (2 Chennai / 2 Kolkata/ 2 Fursatganj/2 Rohtak/2 Chhindwara/2 Jodhpur/2 Noida)Qualification: 8th Pass with short term certificate course in shoe design/pattern making/cutting/closing/upper making/ lasting/finishing/component; with relevant experience. advertisement8. Craftsman -Fashion Design – 2 Noida / 2 KolkataRetail Management – 2 JodhpurFootwear Design – 2Kolkata / 2 RohtakTotal No of Posts – 10Qualification: 8th Pass with experience in relevant field.9. Sr.Technologist/Technologist/Sr. Lab AnalystTotal No. of Posts : 2 (2 Noida)Qualification: M.Tech/M.Sc. with experiencein relevant field.10. Lab AnalystTotal No. of Posts : 2 (1 Chennai/ 1 Noida)Qualification: B.Tech/B.Sc with relevant experience in Physical and Chemical Testing. Candidates are requested to Enclose attested copy of all Qualification and Experience Certificates along with their Application Form and send to the below mentioned address:Manager(Admin &Pers)Footwear Design & Development Institute(Ministry of Commerce & Industry)A-10A, Sector-24, Noida-201301last_img read more

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Are The Rangers And Blackhawks Clutch — Or Lucky

How did these “hot” teams fare? They played 56 games … and won 28, or exactly half. So they’re basically doing as well as you would by flipping a coin. Previous clutch performance in playoff games doesn’t seem to count for much.There’s just a teensy tiny bit of good news for Blackhawks and Rangers fans. While a 50 percent winning percentage isn’t great, it’s slightly better than the overall winning percentage for teams facing elimination, which is 45 percent. (Teams facing elimination are usually underdogs because of selection bias: If they were playing as well as their opponents, they probably wouldn’t be facing elimination to begin with.) The difference is too small to be statistically significant, however.4A more thorough study would need to control for factors like home-ice advantage and overall team strength. Still, in my experience, your prior when working with hockey data should be that if something looks random, it probably is. The Rangers may have some other advantages late in playoff series. They have Henrik Lundqvist. And they’re an excellent five-on-five team, whereas their special teams are just average. Games 6 and 7 of playoff series historically feature relatively few penalties, which could play to the Rangers’ strengths.The problem is that Tampa Bay has been a very good five-on-five team, too. And should the series go to Game 7, the Lightning have also been pretty good in the clutch, with a 6-2 record in elimination games since 2010. But, hey: Having to win two coin flips isn’t so bad; the Rangers have come back from much worse odds before. Fear not, Blackhawks fans. Your team might have lost to the Anaheim Ducks on Monday night, going down three games to two in the insane Western Conference finals. But the Blackhawks have battled back before. Since 2010, when faced with elimination from the playoffs, they have an excellent 9-3 record.And there’s hope for you, too, Rangers fans. Your team also needs a win — on Tuesday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Eastern Conference finals — to stay alive. But the Rangers have been through this before — a lot. Since 2010, they have been faced with playoff elimination 18 times. They are 14-4 in those games.There’s just one problem. Having a good record in elimination games doesn’t seem to predict much about how a team will fare the next time it must win or go home.In the table below, I’ve listed all instances in the NHL expansion era1Since 1967-68. in which an NHL team faced elimination in the playoffs but came in with a “hot” record in previous such games. A team qualified as “hot” if it was at least five games over .500 in playoff elimination games2I define an “elimination game” as one when a team faces elimination by losing — not when it has the chance to eliminate its opponent. So Tuesday’s Game 6 counts as an elimination game for the Rangers, but not the Lightning. If the Rangers win and the series advances to Game 7, it will count as an elimination game for both teams. in the current season plus the past five seasons.3So since 2010, for instance, for playoff teams this year. read more

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In 10 years at OSU Tressel has given new life to Buckeyes

A lot can change over the course of a decade. Ten years ago, current Ohio State students were unassuming preteens, in awe of some newfangled MP3 device, the awkwardly capitalized “iPod.” In 2001, the Cleveland Cavaliers were one of the worst teams in the NBA, Britney Spears was on Billboard’s Top 100 charts and The Rock was still in pro wrestling. OK, maybe the world hasn’t changed that much — but the landscape of OSU football has. Coach Jim Tressel was introduced Jan. 18, 2001, as the new leader of one of the nation’s most-potent football programs. In many ways, when he took over, the program was a sleeping giant. The departed John Cooper, in the two years prior to Tressel, led the Buckeyes to consecutive seasons of mediocrity. In 1999, OSU didn’t even make a bowl game, a moral sin by Buckeye standards, and finished with a record of 6-6. In 2000, Cooper triumphantly returned to the postseason, with an 8-4 squad and, naturally, lost the bowl game. The caliber of talent was there but the winning mentality wasn’t. Those teams were known for wide receivers Ken-Yon Rambo, whose leadership was publicly questioned by linebacker Matt Wilhelm, and Reggie Germany, whose 0.00 GPA fell just short of dean’s list standards. Most importantly, Cooper was 2-10-1 against Michigan. For all of the talent he recruited, he fell short in the biggest game almost every season. So, when Tressel took the microphone at halftime of an OSU-Michigan basketball game the day he was hired, he knew what Buckeye fans wanted to hear. Without even donning the sweater vest on the sidelines for the first time, Tressel was an instant legend. Buckeye fans can still recite his speech word for word. “Three hundred ten days” later, in Ann Arbor, Mich., Tressel’s team didn’t disappoint — it beat the Wolverines in Tressel’s first year on the job. Back then, it wasn’t an automatic win. The next season, Tressel delivered a National Championship, OSU’s first since 1970. As a Cleveland fan, knowing that I won’t see a title from my professional teams in my lifetime, I see no problem deifying Tressel on one title alone. On the field, Tressel is 106-22 at OSU, and his teams have won 10 or more games eight times. Off the field, the Buckeyes have had about as many problems as any other major program, yet Tressel isn’t a Jabba the Hut-sized slimeball like Alabama’s Nick Saban or USC’s Lane Kiffin. Former Florida coach Urban Meyer recently said, on Indianapolis radio station ESPN-1070 The Fan, “What I’ve seen the last five years is a complete turn in the integrity of the college coaching profession.” He meant that in a negative fashion. Plus, I can’t imagine he’s talking about Tressel. There’s a reason why ESPN’s Chris Fowler calls Tressel “The Senator.” He handles himself with the tact of a well-respected politician. Just look at the aftermath of Tattoo-gate. Telling players they can’t play in the Sugar Bowl unless they promise to return next season? Ingenious. In hindsight, I would feel different if the Buckeyes weren’t perennial national title contenders. Yet, under Tressel, they are, and the momentum of the last 10 years feels like it will carry on for decades to come. read more

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