After that, his teams posted progressively worse records, culminating in a 6-6 regular season in 2006. He was fired.2002 BCS National ChampionOhio State Buckeyes, coached by Jim Tressel. With two losses so far this season and several other close calls, all is not well in Buckeye nation. The rumbling has begun and the phones are ringing off the hooks with disgruntled fans who disapprove of conservative play-calling.
Furthermore, there are those back-to-back BCS championship game losses to SEC opponents.Overall, this should serve as a commentary on todays fan. There are 120 teams in D-IA (or bowl subdivision, if you will) and in any given season there are probably 12 teams at most who have a legitimate chance at winning the title Thats it. Ten percent.Yet, fans annually lambaste and berate their head coaches for lack of on-field success. To some, apparently, 9 or 10 wins doesnt qualify as success.. NEW YORK(Business Wire)New York Biotechnology Association (NYBA), the voice of New York Statesbiotechnology industry, today announced its 2009 Bio Advocacy Day to be held onTuesday, February 3, in Albany, New York NYBA members and non-members areinvited to attend Registration is free to NYBA members.
This day-long event will provide an opportunity for the New York Statebioscience industry to meet with Senators, Assembly Members and legislativestaffers to advocate the biotechnology legislative agenda. Events will kick offon Monday, February 2, with the symposium, "NY BizBio 2009: Fighting for aHealthy Biotech Industry," and a reception at the University Club. Nathan Tinker, NYBA Executive Director, said, "While the financial industry andother sectors are reeling, the life sciences industry, in all its forms,continues to be key to New Yorks success. Theindustry employs more than 58,000 people at an average annual wage of $63,000for total annual wages of $3.75 billion.