The only opposition he’s faced has been two years of the opposite party controlling the lesser of the two houses of congress.Look what his opposition has been the past 4 years.
You familiar with the Tea Party?I do not affiliate with either party, but I did not hear anyone’s big mouth with that last president.
You mean other than Trump's "big mouth" via how many tweets about Obama?Look what his opposition has been the past 4 years. I do not affiliate with either party, but I did not hear anyone’s big mouth with that last president.
I'm not trying to discredit and truly don't remember...wasn't he the one really wrong on the Urban stuffFolks, if you're wondering why to trust a Facebook post, Jeff Snook is a long time sports reporter and author and covered CFB in Florida. He's an old school journalist. He's legit.
I have no doubt that OSU is trying to salvage their season, however Warren and other powers to be ( TSUN governor ) won't allow it, this is all about politics. Spring football isn't happening either.I'm not trying to discredit and truly don't remember...wasn't he the one really wrong on the Urban stuff
It's even more than this. I would make the very reasonable assumption that the Big Ten Bylaws/Constitution would require a meeting (regular, special or emergency) of the voting member schools to make a decision to cancel a season. Proper notices need to be sent out for the meeting, the meeting needs to be conducted with minutes being taken or some other appropriate record of the meeting, a motion needs to be made to cancel the season, a second of the motion would be necessary and finally an official, on the record, vote would need to be taken. It does not look like any of this was done. If Warren pushed this through without these formalities, which I again assume would be required, he violated the Big Ten Bylaws. Formalities legally need to be adhered to or there is absolutely no reason to establish an entity such as the Big Ten. It is looking more and more like Warren is in way over his head and should be terminated immediately.According to Penn St. AD no vote was ever taken to cancel the season. Warren says it was a consensus among schools to cancel, what B.S. is this. Also read from Snook that OSU, PSU. UM. Iowa, and Nebraska all disagreed about shutting down the fall season. If it is true that 3 of the marque teams in your league were against shutting down, how could you possibly shut down without discussing it more. IMO Warren has a lot of explaining to do unfortunately we will only find out the truth by bits and pieces through various news reports and never get a full explanation how the league came to a decision to shut down.