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Why would Braxton go to another college, why not just stay at OSU?
But then there are still more QBs than Urban needs.
Are you going to the Celebration on the 24th?
Have you been to one before? What can I expect if I go????
I see, so Braxton would go to another college where he has a guarantee to start?
Do you know where he might go?
I wonder why he didn't go pro, didn't he have to declare yesterday too??
I have a PhD from tOSU, but it was not from the athletic department as you can see!
When I was a student I did read the Lantern's game commentary every Monday morning after a game,
that is about it.)
I think staying another year was the right choice, what do you think??
Oh I would love to see that beautiful trophy in the Union, OMG. I wonder where it will be housed permanently? I am on campus at least once a month, maybe I can see it at the Athletic Center, or wherever it will be displayed.
I hope the baby is doing better and the fever has come down.
Oh another thing, don't know if they had Carmen when you were there (internet, not the song.) The kids do a lot of the academic work on Carmen, take quizzes, write papers etc. I was up there one weekend and Carmen went down and the kids ran around with their hair on fire, not knowing what to do. I suggested that they study the old fashioned way, get out their books and a yellow highlighter.
Yes I could not find any info about the trophy being displayed right now, so yes it looks like it won't be available for viewing until the 24th! I will try to get the Woody Hayes Center later to see it.
PS Next year sophomores will have to live on campus, they are building sophomore dorms every where and will have something called the sophomore year transformational experience, I think it is called. There will be an academic, a prof assigned to each dorm for mentoring and assistance. This year all the STEM freshman students were given some cash to take a prof to lunch, my daughter took her chemistry professor out to lunch, it was really neat. My daughter also got a free trip to Israel over the break, and won an iPad in a research raffle. It just goes on and on, all the fun and perks.
Currently there are 60,000 students on the main campus, I think about 40,000 applications last year, and 7000 freshman slots.
Did you mean that at OU academics reign supreme? I do not think that is the case any more.