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    Re: 2020 Ohio State Football: Same Day, New Sermon

    Quote Originally Posted by Assembly Hall View Post
    From the link..

    Academic calendar: The 2020-21 academic year will run from Aug. 24 to May 9 as originally planned but will now be in three parts:


    The Fall Semester, which will run from Aug. 24 through Dec. 20. Classes may be in-person or online until Thanksgiving week (Nov. 20), when all in-person instruction will end. The rest of the semester will be online only. There will be no Fall break.

    Campuses will have the flexibility to use the online-only period (Nov. 30 to Feb. 8 – a new Winter Session) in various ways: to finish fall semester courses, to begin spring semester courses, or to create new intensive courses that use either or both the December and January online periods.

    The Spring Semester will begin with online only instruction on Jan. 19 and then resume in-person instruction on Feb. 8. The semester will run to May 9 without a Spring break.

    Undergraduate students who take advantage of IU’s banded tuition rates can include courses from the Fall Semester, Winter Session or Spring Semester as part of the new calendar without any additional cost.

    So it seems the campus will be more or less closed Nov 20 to Feb 8. No? Yes? I wonder what will that mean to IU sports.


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    Re: 2020 Ohio State Football: Same Day, New Sermon

    Quote Originally Posted by North View Post
    From the link..

    Academic calendar: The 2020-21 academic year will run from Aug. 24 to May 9 as originally planned but will now be in three parts:


    The Fall Semester, which will run from Aug. 24 through Dec. 20. Classes may be in-person or online until Thanksgiving week (Nov. 20), when all in-person instruction will end. The rest of the semester will be online only. There will be no Fall break.

    Campuses will have the flexibility to use the online-only period (Nov. 30 to Feb. 8 – a new Winter Session) in various ways: to finish fall semester courses, to begin spring semester courses, or to create new intensive courses that use either or both the December and January online periods.

    The Spring Semester will begin with online only instruction on Jan. 19 and then resume in-person instruction on Feb. 8. The semester will run to May 9 without a Spring break.

    Undergraduate students who take advantage of IU’s banded tuition rates can include courses from the Fall Semester, Winter Session or Spring Semester as part of the new calendar without any additional cost.

    So it seems the campus will be more or less closed Nov 20 to Feb 8. No? Yes? I wonder what will that mean to IU sports.
    More basketball tickets available to the general public?

    BTW, Notre Dame has pretty much the same set-up.
    ...and this one belongs to the Reds.

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    Re: 2020 Ohio State Football: Same Day, New Sermon

    A replay of the 2003 Fiesta Bowl with Ohio State and Miami on ESPN tonight.
    Big John's been drinking since the river took Emmylou

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    Re: 2020 Ohio State Football: Same Day, New Sermon

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    A replay of the 2003 Fiesta Bowl with Ohio State and Miami on ESPN tonight.
    The JT first pump after the Clarett TD in the second quarter is one of my favorite things.

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    Re: 2020 Ohio State Football: Same Day, New Sermon

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed27 View Post
    The JT first pump after the Clarett TD in the second quarter is one of my favorite things.
    For such a conservative guy, his competitive fires burned hot.

    Switching back and forth with this game and the 1990 Reds-Pirates Game 6 on Reds Rewind.
    Big John's been drinking since the river took Emmylou

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    Re: 2020 Ohio State Football: Same Day, New Sermon

    Ohio State football’s pass rush and secondary must help each other in 2020

    https://www.cleveland.com/osu/2020/0...eye-takes.html

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    Re: 2020 Ohio State Football: Same Day, New Sermon

    Ohio State University to reopen campus, football season still uncertain

    https://www.cincinnati.com/story/new...in/3138502001/

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    Re: 2020 Ohio State Football: Same Day, New Sermon

    Quote Originally Posted by North View Post
    Ohio State University to reopen campus, football season still uncertain

    https://www.cincinnati.com/story/new...in/3138502001/
    Football sounds pretty certain. They are trying to figure out how many people they can get inside to watch the games, not if they will play them.


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