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Ohio State head coach Luke Fickell discussed timeout strategy, Saturday’s game plan and more.
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Source: fbi.gov CHRIS POCHE / Design editor assault on OSU’s campus from the same database. “Because (our data) contains different kinds of crimes like breaking and entering, it tends to be a little bit skewed from the UCR data,” Morman said. On Aug. 3, Columbus and OSU Police arrested and charged a man in connection with abduction attempts at knifepoint near Cannon Drive. No injuries were reported. In Columbus in 2009, there were 5,340 violent crime reports, which is a decrease from 5,854 violent crime reports in 2008. In 2009, there were 48,813 property crimes reported, which is an increase from 48,563 in 2008, in Columbus. However, the population in 2009 increased by 7,504 people; therefore, property crimes per 100,000 decreased from 6,458.8
in 2008 to 6,427.9 in 2009, all according to the UCR. The 2010 data for specific states and agencies is not yet available. The UCR is a compilation of data collected by the FBI from local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. Every law enforcement agency is responsible for reporting a data set annually, which is how the crime rate is established every year. The UCR contains figures for two types of crime: violent crime and property crime. Violent crimes include: Murder and non-negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault. Property crime measures numbers for: Burglary,
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Endless construction continues to frustrate Alli Murphy Lantern reporter email@example.com Wider roads, new dorms and underground heating systems designed to improve campus are also causing some frustration due to the seemingly never-ending construction. One improvement was an increase in pedestrian safety on campus through a $22.5 million construction project on 17th and Woodruff Avenues. “The flush curbs on 17th give you more access around the site,” said Thomas Ekegren, project manager of Facilities Operations and Development. “The narrower road of Woodruff is less of a width for a pedestrian to cross. It’s going to slow speeds down by design. You’re almost forced to drive slower.” Woodruff and 17th opened Sept. 18 for student
move-in and buses resumed full service to the streets Sept. 19. Some students are upset with the amount of construction on campus. Blaine McKinney, a fourthyear in psychology, said a lot of the construction on campus was “unnecessary.” “I think some of the construction is unnecessary but some of it seems to be helping,” McKinney said. “I really don’t know what they’re doing on 18th. It’s been closed for like 6 months and I have no idea what’s going on.” But Ashley Yassall, a third-year in actuarial science, said that the construction was good. “It’s nice to see that Ohio State is doing lots of improvements around campus construction-wise,” Yassall said. “I think it’s great that we’re trying to improve for a rising population of students.” Stacie Weber, a third-year in molecular genetics, agreed with the importance of the construction, but understands the frustration.
“I think it’s very important to update the campus and to be prepared for the big population coming in,” Weber said. “It can be frustrating at times to get through campus with a road closed or not being able to walk on the sidewalk.” Despite the completion of many construction projects on campus, FOD has no intention of slowing down construction once the academic year begins. Scott Conlon, director of projects at FOD, said the $51.1 million construction of a campus residence hall on 10th Avenue will continue throughout the academic year. The new dorm will hold 533 total beds and is set to open for the first semester next year. The $171.6 million reconstruction of Park and Stradley Halls will continue the rest of this year. The halls also set to re-open for the first semester of 2012, Conlon said.
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Zero Waste efforts launches in the ’Shoe Ohio State’s game against Akron marked the beginning of OSU’s Zero Waste campaign, an attempt to divert 90 percent of the stadium’s waste away from the landfill. The program’s opener saw 76.3 percent of the ’Shoe’s waste diverted and trash was cut down to 4.1 tons, recycling 13.1 tons. x350 x91 x60
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The FBI released the 2010 Uniform Crime Data on Monday. Data shows that the crime rates for both property crimes and violent crimes have decreased from years past. Aggravated assaults account for 62.5 percent of all violent crimes and larceny-thefts account for 68.2 percent of all property crimes.
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Crime rates are steadily declining nationwide, according to the Uniform Crime Report, distributed annually by the FBI. Ohio, and more specifically, Columbus’ crime numbers for 2009 showed a decrease in crime rates from 2008. The 2010 national data, released Monday, indicated a 6 percent decrease in the violent crime rate and a drop of 2.7 percent in the property crime rate in the United States from 2009. The information more specifically showed that crime rates have slightly decreased from 2008 to 2009 in both the city of Columbus and the state of Ohio. Deputy Chief of Ohio State University Police Richard Morman said the department reports its figures two ways. “We automatically report into a system called Ohio Incident-Based Reporting System, which is incorporated into the National Incident-Based Reporting System,” Morman said. “That is where UCR gets our information.” Morman said the department also assembles its data in compliance with the Clery Act, which requires all colleges and universities to report crime on and adjacent to their campuses. For example, since the beginning of the year, there have been 37 incident reports involving assault on OSU’s campus, according to the OSU police department crime log. From Jan. 1, 2010, to Sept. 20, 2010, there were 36 incident reports involving
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Jessica Shambaugh Copy chief email@example.com As fans and students filter into Ohio Stadium this Saturday, some will be surprised by the complete lack of trashcans. While recycling has been in place in the ’Shoe since 2007, this is the first season for the Zero Waste program. The new program focuses on sorting waste into two categories: recycling and compost. While having zero waste from the stadium is nearly impossible, this sorting method and the initiative strives to divert 90 percent of the stadium’s waste away from the landfill. Corey Hawkey, Ohio State’s program coordinator for energy and sustainability, said the first two games have shown an increase in the waste diverted from last season. “The first game we did 76.3 percent. We had 4.1 tons of trash and 13.1 tons of recycling,” Hawkey
said. “For the Toledo game we did 63.7 percent, with 4.8 tons of trash and 8.4 tons of recycling. Both of those games are significantly better than we did last year.” Four tons of trash would weigh the same as an adult male African elephant, according to the World Wildlife Fund’s website. Last season, the ’Shoe diverted about 50 percent of its waste through recycling alone. Because of complications with the compost efforts, this season’s numbers are also from only recycling. Hawkey describes compost as materials, such as food or fiber-based products, that will decompose and add nutrients to the soil. “What we’ve been struggling with is keeping plastics out of the compost,” Hawkey said. “The thing about compost is it has to be perfect, and as you can imagine, with a stadium with 105,000 people in it, it can be difficult to get something exactly perfect. You’re looking at 100 percent participation rate and that can be difficult.”
Becky Hanna. a third-year in health sciences, said that she attended the football games this year, but did not notice the compost-for-trashcan switch. “I did notice recycling and Zero Waste signs,” Hanna said. “It was convenient because they were located by food stands.” Hawkey said through the use of both compost and recycling, 90 percent diversion is possible and that Aggie Stadium of University of California, Davis has achieved it. Kathy Smith, facilities coordinator at Aggie Stadium, which holds only about 10,800 people, confirmed this and shared the Aggies’ secret. “The big secret for us was that our concession stand sells everything in compostable packaging,” Smith said. “We only sell two types of candy because most candies don’t come in a compostable package. We’re successful because our concession stand only sells things that are recyclable.” For OSU that means working with Sodexo,
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campus $7.7M refreshes Mason Hall Jenelle Cooper Lantern reporter firstname.lastname@example.org Renovations have been completed that make Mason Hall, part of the Fisher College of Business, more efficient for students. Planning for the project began two years ago when Ohio State libraries decided to consolidate the business collection in the William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library in June 2009. Construction on the project, which is being funded by the Fisher College of Business general budget, began at the end of Winter Quarter 2011 and is estimated to cost just under $7 million, according to David Greenberger, chair of the Department of Management and Human Resources and the Fisher project leader. Greenberger said that after assessing the needs of students, faculty and staff, the college realized they had a lack of classroom space, faculty offices, administrative offices and areas for students to meet and work collaboratively.
Other problems that Mason Hall faced before the building renovation included lack of study space and meeting rooms, insufficient acoustics and out-ofdate facilities. The project’s goal was to meet as many needs as possible while maintaining how students previously used the space to work and study, Greenberger said. “It was crucial to provide new spaces for students to work independently, but also include collaborative spaces that are necessary in today’s business and academic world,” Greenberger said. The only sections of the building not renovated are the basement labs and information technology offices, Greenberger said. The first floor now boasts a reading room in the rotunda, the new Rohr Café that serves Starbucks’ coffee and snacks, two conference rooms, 21 breakout rooms and many quiet spaces for groups and single studiers alike. Students will also be able to reserve rooms for studying or meetings. On the second floor, a multipurpose room for lectures, meetings, dinners and quiet studying was
added. Office space has also been added for various centers including the Center for Entrepreneurship, the International Programs Office, Fisher Professional Services and Innovation Initiative. The third floor has a new space for market and small group researchers and the fourth floor classroom has been expanded and is now ADA-compliant, meaning the classrooms are now wheelchair accessible. Outside, there is now a landscaped courtyard with tables, umbrellas and power outlets. Current students and graduates alike say they are impressed with the renovations. Justin Myers, who graduated from OSU in 2010 with a degree in economics, works at the new Rohr Café. “I studied here when I was an undergraduate,” Myers said. “When I came back after the renovations, I didn’t even recognize the place. It looks great.” Xin Qu, a third-year in accounting, said that she would study at Mason more than the other libraries on campus.
“The new stuff is really cool,” Qu said. “I’m a business major and it’s conveniently close to my home.” According to Greenberger, the theme of the renovations was focusing on energy, collaboration and flexibility. “Increasingly, organizations are utilizing collaborative tools and we are naturally translating this into how we teach our business students,” Greenberger said. “When you think of a high-tech firm, the image you have is one of people meeting informally, discussing issues, often with coffee and technology enabling the process. We wanted to mimic this in our buildings.” The building officially opened on Friday, Sept. 16, with a ceremony attended by Ray Mason III, the son of alumnus Major General Raymond E. Mason Jr., after whom the building was originally named.
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decline for the eighth straight year. larceny theft, motor-vehicle theft and arson. The 2010 UCR collected data reported by more than 18,000 city, county, university and college, state, tribal and federal law enforcement agencies. Columbus Police Department Sergeant Richard Weiner said the department uses the UCR to gauge crime on a national level. “We have a team of crime analysts who look at every single crime that is reported and look for trends,” Weiner said. “From there we go about controlling crime by where we see geographically and when it occurs most in the city.” Weiner said that crime analysts do pay close attention to the UCR and use it to help establish trends in Columbus. “We have been able to control crime these past few years by sending officers to the spots where
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project has two years left. “It’s going to be much different,” Conlon said. “If you’ve walked by recently, you can pretty much see what it’s going to look like.” The construction of a geothermal system on the South Oval that will provide water heating and cooling to the reconstructed south campus dorms will continue during the next two years. The project is currently on schedule and will be completed by the first semester of 2013, said Ken Wayman, senior director for design and construction. “(The geothermal system) is completely underneath the surface, that’s why we use a green space. It actually preserves that green space because you can’t build on top of the geothermal,” Wayman said. “It’s guaranteed the South Oval will stay there for 50 years or so.”
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diversion is goal for program in stadium. the main food vendor inside the ’Shoe. Danny Phillips, Sodexo’s general manager at OSU, said his company is already making strides to help cut waste. “We changed a lot of packaging and we did a lot of training. There’s no trash containers — there’s a recycle and there’s a compost,” Phillips said. “We tried to make the message as simple as possible for the staff as well as the 105,000 (people) that are there. If it looks like food or paper, it can be composted.” Phillips also said Sodexo has absorbed all extra cost generated by the switch to compostable packaging. Zero Waste has also received funds from the President’s Provost Council on Sustainability, the Department of Athletics and the energy and sustainability department. Hawkey said the initiative received a $50,000 grant from the President’s Provost Council on Sustainability. This money goes toward covering the cost of new signs to inform fans about the project, new waste infrastructure for the suites and Huntington Club area and workers to stand by each recycling and compost container to help fans know where to put their waste. Hawkey said OSU used Ohio companies for the new infrastructure. He also said workers for the recycle and compost bins are provided by Proteam Solutions, a company that focuses on strategic staffing and management and technology solutions. Proteam Solutions partners with nonprofit youth
programs including Community for New Directions, Youth to Youth and Lead the Way to find 15- to 17-year-olds to help with time management and leadership skills, according to Wendy Taylor, the company’s client solutions manager. “It’s a good opportunity to expose them (the youths) to the university,” Taylor said. “And in addition to educating the fans, they’re also becoming educated on the whole recycling/sustainability efforts.” Hawkey said while these workers are necessary now, he hopes the positions will be taken over by volunteers from around the campus, such as clubs or Greek life. “The past few weeks we have struggled to find groups that want to assist,” Hawkey said. “We’re ready for the campus community to help us and volunteer their time, because in the future we hope to move to a volunteer-based program.” These volunteers would help in the main efforts at the ‘Shoe, but Hawkey said Zero Waste is starting to spread across campus. He listed examples including the pulping of food and fiber waste in the Ohio Union, similar practices in Kennedy Commons, and a focus on compost and recycling within the Blackwell Inn. Since the Zero Waste program started targeting the Blackwell, they’ve achieved a 75-85 percent diversion, Hawkey said. With the program already starting to spread across campus, Hawkey is confident that though it will take time, Ohio Stadium can achieve the Zero Waste goal of a 90 percent diversion. “This is a long-term commitment, and we’re ready to stand by it,” Hawkey said. “This is something that we will accomplish.”
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unique combination of synthetic fibers, sweat and air freshener, had just playfully tried to take the player’s bat and I was mortified, but I also knew that I was standing in the middle of a scene I would never forget and which would mean more than I could understand at the time. This particular night was one of my first as a marketing and promotions intern for the Baysox. As far as internships go, I imagine mine was similar to most. Though it was not always exhilarating work, it was a tremendous learning experience. However, there is absolutely nothing common about the powers Louie has over me and many others. I was dipping my toes in the waters of the professional world, practicing workplace etiquette, soaking up the experience and building my skills. But whenever Louie lifted his jersey to flash the crowd (a favorite in his arsenal and a crowd pleaser) I
HANNAH SCHROEDER email@example.com The Reading Phillies player standing in the on-deck circle looked me square in the eye and said “He’s got the smell.” I stood frozen for a moment before throwing up my hands apologetically and running after the smell in question: Louie, the furry green mascot of the Bowie Baysox, the double-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles. Louie, whose scent is a
was immediately transformed into a lighter, more gleeful and innocent version of myself. Louie personified joy and I never tired of explaining to fans that Louie is not any particular animal, but rather “whatever you want him to be.” I never wearied of watching children break into smiles whenever they saw Louie. I will never forget the little surprises of Louie duty, like the little girl who proudly showed him her new underwear or a man who happily bear-hugged Louie while his wife couldn’t get far enough away. I can’t imagine ever not being delighted to see him myself. College has its inherent pressures and as my four years here tick by and the credit hours accumulate, the “real” world looms. Louie was both a portal and a reminder: Life does not always need to be serious, nor every activity a resume builder. Sometimes it is important to forget the present and give in to silly, smelly and joyous naiveté.
This is a complicated world we live in. Last week we commemorated the tenth anniversary of 9/11 and for many, the wounds of that day might never heal. While we wage war in foreign nations, our politicians have faithfully waged partisan wars of their own. Dictatorial regimes continue to oppress around the world. And if I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard that our crumbling economy will keep me and my thousands of peers from finding steady postgraduation employment ... Everyday as a Baysox intern brought new or reinforced knowledge, but if there is one thing I took away from this summer, it’s that in this life each and every one of us deserves to find a Louie, and we should strive for nothing less.
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Undesirables can sometimes have great significance There were ethnic stalls, free ice creams, fraternity and sorority clubs handing out flyers and hundreds of other booths. It was a mélange of cultures, people and ideas. It’s funny how some things that are undesirable for a few people have a great amount of significance for others. Thousands of students, lots of noise, a variety of smells, so many colors – I couldn’t have asked for anything else! For a moment I thought I was in a Delhi Metro station.
apartment, disturbed only by the crickets and a couple of cars that pass without honking. Yesterday morning when I reached the OSU campus, I was pleasantly surprised to see long lines of students going to the President’s welcome. Cars were almost stationary; some were trying to avoid the students and some were actually honking! I walked to the Oval for the Involvement Fair which was moved to the Ohio Union when it started to pour. I entered the Union and instantly felt at home.
Messy, uncomfortable, noisy – crowds can be characterized in a lot of negative ways but for some of us, it kind of provides comfort. I am from New Delhi, the capital of India, an agglomeration of 20 million people. For us Delhites, it’s not unusual to see a group of 20,000 people “crowding” together. It’s my first time in the U.S. and it’s been a month since I landed in Columbus. The first month was hard to digest: a total of two people on the bus, deserted streets at 10 p.m., spooky silence around your
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Dorms v. Apartments: Find your fit
Location When it comes to an apartment, locations can range from picturesque to downright scary. You might have to drive to campus or take a bus, requiring extra time and money for a parking pass. Living in a dorm, though, puts you close to everything the university has to offer, with the exception of the agriculture campus, OSU’s classes, dining halls and social activities are never out of walking or biking distance. Advantage: Dorm. While an apartment might be “exciting,” you can’t beat the limited commuting time of living in the dorms.
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As a freshman, most students are required to live in a residence hall at Ohio State, but after the first year, it’s up to you to decide if you want to stay in a dorm or move into an apartment or a house. Here is my list of the advantages and disadvantages of both.
Roommates When you are living in an apartment, you can choose your roommates (or none at all). But without a mandatory roommate contract, you could get stuck with a dirty kitchen, or worse, a bill from your landlord for damages. The dorms have their own setbacks, however. No matter how desperately you request a roommate who isn’t a night owl, you have a good possibility of being stuck with at least one roommate you can’t stand.
However, you have the opportunity of settling issues with your resident advisor and switching rooms without a nasty legal battle. Advantage: Apartment. When conflicts come up, it’s easier to call your friend out for being a jerk than someone you just met a week ago. Food If you like to cook or have special dietary requirements, being able to cook your own meals is a great advantage of apartments. But if you or your roommates don’t enjoy cleaning the kitchen, it can turn into a smelly mess. Living in residence halls comes with the advantage of meal swipes; there is a plethora of locations with plenty of options for even the pickiest eater. However, if you feel like staying in, the most cooking you could accomplish in a residence hall room is pouring a bowl of cereal or if you’re feeling bold, nuking a cup of Ramen.
Advantage: Tie. If you prefer to cook, apartments are for you; if you can’t find your way around a stove, the meal plan that comes with a dorm might be a better fit. Either way, you can always call for take-out. Space Depending on your budget and number of roommates, choices can vary from economy suites (one room with a bed, stove and bathroom) to an entire house. You can share a bedroom or have one all to yourself, an option not readily available in residence halls. In a dorm, prepare to be close with your roommates, very close. A typical dorm has one room with two beds, two desks and a communal bathroom; if you have spacial issues, good luck. Advantage: Apartment. It’s a rare case when you have more space in a dorm than an apartment. And if you fight with your roommate or need a quiet place to study, you’ll want all the square footage you can get.
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Full Service 7 p.m. @ The Basement a Hawk and a Hacksaw 9 p.m. @ Wexner Center Performance Space
Starting a band can happen at the strangest times. Minneapolis-based chamber-folk band Dark Dark Dark will perform at the Wexner Center tonight at 9 p.m. with co-headliners A Hawk and a Hacksaw. The band began in 2006 when singers Nona Marie Invie and Marshall LaCount “had nothing else” in terms of current musical projects, LaCount told The Lantern. Both Invie and LaCount were fans of the other’s bands and projects and were available at the time. “Everything ended and we needed something new,” LaCount said. That something new was Dark Dark Dark. They used not only those experiences they had prior to the band’s formation as inspiration, but also their limitations and personal triumphs. The creation of the messages sent through their songs happened “organically and intuitively in the writing process,” LaCount said. LaCount and Invie said it’s not about going into the writing process with the intent of spreading a certain message, but rather letting the writing process uncover the message that needs to be sent through a song. “I sit down at the piano and mess around,” Invie said. “Then a feeling comes to the surface that needs addressing. It comes out because it needs to come out. “I let the feeling review itself and the feeling comes out the way it’s meant to.”
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Chamber-folk band Dark, Dark, Dark is scheduled to perform tonight at 9 p.m. at the Wexner Center. Many of the other influences during the writing process come from the experiences gained while on the road, LaCount said. LaCount said it’s during those live shows when the band strives to do something not many other bands tend to do on stage: invite the audience into their world. “We want to break down the barriers between the band and the audience,” he said. “We’re welcoming and a very personal group of people.” That personal relationship with the audience has helped the band maintain a positive energy while performing live. “It’s as much about their energy as it is about
us,” said LaCount, who would describe their live shows as “really dynamic.” “It’s all about where the audience is willing to go,” he said. For LaCount, he knows exactly where he would like to see the band go. “I want to win two Grammys and a Mercury Prize,” he said. “One (Grammy) for best movie soundtrack and one for best album.” Before they can set their eyes on the top musical prize, LaCount has another goal that is a little closer to home. “Most importantly, I want our next record to be really good,” he said.
Frontman puts the ‘smashed’ in Smash Mouth Smash Mouth lead singer Steve Harwell kissed a student and asked the audience to sing the words to a song because he was too drunk when the band performed Tuesday on the RPAC North Lawn for OUAB’s Welcome Week concert. Boyz II Men also performed. Check thelantern.com for a recap of the show.
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FROM L TO R: Judges L.A. Reid, Nicole Scherzinger (who replaced Cheryl Cole), Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell in ‘The X Factor,’ premiering tonight at 8 p.m. on Fox.
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On its surface, “The X Factor” doesn’t seem much different from a lot of TV’s other music competitions. But once you get down to it, the series premiere of “The X Factor” strips away some of the silliness of those “American Idol” audition episodes and gets right down to the music. That’s not to say “The X Factor” won’t feature some of the worstof-the-worst in its first couple episodes, as it does. In fact, we see
one contestant who could almost single-handedly have the show’s title changed to “The X-Rated.” We also see a flamboyant male diva who compares himself to Beyoncé but without the ugly husband. Structurally speaking, “The X Factor” isn’t all that different from “American Idol.” In fact, it almost feels like a mashup of “Idol” and “America’s Got Talent.” Contestants perform in front of four judges: Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, record exec L.A. Reid and British musician Cheryl Cole (who’s replaced by Pussycat Dolls frontwoman Nicole Scherzinger in episode two). Contestants must get a majority vote from the judges to
move on, but unlike the “American Idol” auditions, contestants audition onstage in an arena in front of a crowd. Contestants are divided into four categories: boys, girls, the “over 30s” and groups. We don’t see many of the latter two, though one particular “over 30” act delivers one of the most moving and inspirational performances I’ve seen in shows of this nature. That performance, as well as several others — including one from a 12-year-old that’s sure to go viral — is what makes “The X Factor” just different enough from the competition to separate itself. It’s focused more on
talent than the idea of laughing at bad contestants, and it’s never shy about getting sappy. So, a word of advice: If you get emotional easily, you may want to have a box of Kleenex nearby. “The X Factor” isn’t a radical departure from other shows of its ilk, but for music aficionados, it might be more enjoyable from the onset than, say, “American Idol.” “The X Factor” series premiere bows tonight at 8 p.m. on Fox. The second episode is scheduled to air Thursday, also at 8 p.m. Grade: A-
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ashton kutcher is now starring as Walden Schmidt in ‘two and a Half Men.’
When it was announced a few months ago that Ashton Kutcher’s debut on “Two and a Half Men” would be followed by Comedy Central’s roast of Charlie Sheen, the actor that Kutcher replaced on the show, the blogosphere and Twitterverse proclaimed it as a night that would be full of jokes about Sheen’s drug use and prostitute patronizing. And Monday night, that’s unfortunately what we got. Over the course of two combined hours, viewers were treated to repeated and obvious jokes that largely felt flat and a night that, if anything, will be remembered as the moment of closure in the year-long train wreck that has been Sheen’s reemergence into the public eye. The night started with the “Men” premiere, which opened with a funeral for Sheen’s character, Charlie Harper, where several genetically gifted (or surgically enhanced) women named the different sexually transmitted diseases that Harper blessed them with. After a steady and unfortunate dose of “Men” costar Jon Cryer and cameos from John Stamos and the actors who played the title characters on “Dharma and Greg,” we were introduced to Kutcher’s suicidal character, Walden Schmidt. For the remainder of the episode, Kutcher awkwardly tried to find Schmidt’s place in the “Men” world as he bounced in between his character of Kelso from “That 70s Show” and that of a sensitive billionaire whose main source of comedy is a willingness to walk around the house naked. That’s not to say that “Men” didn’t have the occasional bright spot, such as one scene involving Angus T. Jones’ Jake, but when fart jokes are the highlight of your season premiere, you know it was a rough night. Obvious jokes, however, are what we’ve come to expect from
BeN axeLroD Senior Lantern reporter firstname.lastname@example.org “Men,” which has largely skated by on Sheen-acting-Sheen. The roast of Sheen, however, had significantly higher expectations. But while its presence on a cable channel at a later time slot gave it significantly more creative leeway, the roast also underdelivered with repetitive jokes about Sheen’s alcoholism and penchant for prostitutes as most roasters walked on eggshells, afraid to cross any lines that might send an apparently sobered (or at least therapeutically healed) Sheen off the deep end.
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charlie Sheen appeared on comedy central’s ‘the roast of charlie Sheen,’ which aired Monday.
The biggest star on the roast’s dais, boxing legend Mike Tyson, constantly stepped on punchlines as he shouted at fellow roasters from his seat next to comedian Jeff Ross, who was dressed as Moammar Gadhafi. Despite his attire going unexplained, Ross delivered the funniest monologue of the night (“You’re the black sheep of a family responsible for three ‘Mighty Ducks’ movies”), but for the most part, the best punch lines mocked people not even in attendance, such as Sheen’s brother Emilio Estevez and Michael J. Fox. The show came to a close with Sheen championing himself as a real-life Stone Cold Steve Austin who told his boss what he could go do to himself, except for that part where, you know, he desperately tried to get back on “Men.” And I can’t help but think things would have been better, for Sheen, Kutcher, “Men” and the viewers at home had he succeeded in that quest. T:10”
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Quick hits: OSU football news and notes PAT BRENNAN Sports editor email@example.com First-year Ohio State football head coach Luke Fickell held a press conference Tuesday and discussed everything from his strategy for calling timeouts to redshirt senior quarterback Joe Bauserman’s smile, as well as the Buckeyes’ Saturday game against Colorado at Ohio Stadium at 3:30 p.m. Timeout indecision against Miami Trailing by 11 points with 9:21 remaining in the fourth quarter, Fickell elected not to use a timeout during Miami’s 14-play drive, which lasted 8:48 seconds and ended with a touchdown that increased the Hurricanes’ lead to 24-6. The Buckeyes finished the game with all three timeouts remaining. “We were going to call a timeout right there, I think, on (Miami’s) third-down play that they converted,” Fickell said. “I think there was still a minute and a half left to go. They actually ended up calling the timeout.” Fickell, who was asked five questions during the press conference about the late-game timeout situation, said he planned to save the timeouts for OSU’s next drive. “We decided, ‘Hey, we’re going to need to save these unless we get in a situation because we’re going to need two scores,’” he said. “It ultimately didn’t end up hurting us.” Players Gotta Play Numerous freshmen, including Miller, freshmen wide receivers Devin Smith, Verlon Reed and freshman defensive back Bradley Roby, among others, have received significant playing time through the
Buckeyes’ first three games. Despite their occasional struggles, Fickell said he’ll continue to field a team that features young, first-year players. “You got to get out there and do it to do it,” Fickell said. “That’s no excuse that they’re young. We’re not going to give them that excuse.” Smile, you’re on camera During ESPN’s national telecast of the Buckeyes’ loss to Miami, redshirt senior quarterback Joe Bauserman was captured on camera smiling toward the end of the game. Fickell said that he received an email about the incident after the game. “I didn’t see it,” Fickell said. “I haven’t talked to (Bauserman) and I know that Joe hurts every bit as I do. But, no, that’s not something you want to see. “We try to tell them that nothing goes unnoticed.” Captaincy carousel Junior defensive lineman John Simon and junior fullback Zach Boren will act as captains for OSU’s Saturday game against Colorado at Ohio Stadium. Boren, who is roommates with Simon, said that “John and I have a great relationship. It gets competitive (between us) with video games.” Nay-saying the boo birds Bauserman threw the ball away in several instances during OSU’s Sept. 10 win against Toledo, and members of Buckeye Nation sometimes greeted his tosses into the stands with boos. Boren said that if he were in the crowd watching the Buckeyes, he wouldn’t boo. “I know what this team goes through on a yearly basis and I know what we’ve done in fall camp,” Boren said. “I would never boo our team.” Fickell acknowledged the passion of the
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First-year Ohio State football head coach Luke Fickell addresses the media on Aug. 20. Buckeyes’ fans, but said that he doesn’t give a lot of thought to the crowd’s reaction during game. “They pay their money to get in,” Fickell said. “They love Ohio State, Ohio State football. If they don’t like something, they let you know. “That’s not what we’re going to focus on. Hopefully, that doesn’t affect us mentally.”
Quarterback conundrum for Ohio State PAT BRENNAN AND MATT EDWARDS Sports editor and asst. multimedia editor firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com With three games in the books for Ohio State football (2-1), the team’s quarterback situation isn’t any clearer than it was when former Buckeyes’ signal caller Terrelle Pryor departed the university on June 7. While he wouldn’t name a starter or say how snaps would be split between quarterbacks, coach Luke Fickell said at a Tuesday press conference that he would allow the quarterbacks, including redshirt freshman Taylor Graham and redshirt sophomore Ken Guiton, to continue to compete against one another in practice. Both senior Joe Bauserman and true freshman Braxton Miller are currently listed as the starters on the team’s weekly depth chart. “We don’t know what the plan is just yet,” Fickell said. “We’re going to have these guys compete. We know we need to get better. We had a hard time throwing the football.” On Saturday, Bauserman and Miller combined for 4-of-18 passing for 35 yards in OSU’s 24-6 loss against Miami. Miller, who threw an interception on his first pass attempt of the game, also fumbled to halt a Buckeyes drive in the fourth quarter. “I think that’s always something you worry about with a young guy,” Fickell said. “I think we had two fumbles all last year. I think it’s almost two times or three times as many (this season).” The team has lost three fumbles on the season. Fickell said he considered Millers’ turnovers a cause for concern. “We turned the ball over, that’s the obvious,” Fickell said. “We missed some shots, that’s obvious as well.” To say that the team missed some shots might be an understatement — Bauserman and Miller couldn’t connect with a single Buckeyes’ wide receiver in the contest. All four of the completed passes in Saturday’s loss were caught by running backs. Fickell said he didn’t consider using Graham
or Guiton during the Miami game, adding that he didn’t see anything Graham or Guiton could have done differently from the Buckeyes’ quarterbacking tandem of Bauserman and Miller. Fickell said all four quarterbacks be in competition for playing time in this week’s practice. “We’ll probably give a lot more reps to all those guys (the quarterbacks),” he said. “I don’t know how it will work out exactly.” Fickell said he doesn’t place the blame for the offense’s lack of production on a single player and that the quarterbacks are receiving an undue amount of criticism. “We (have) to find a way to get our best 11 on the field,” Fickell said. “You focus on the quarterback. We focus on the tailback as well. We focus on the middle linebacker as well.” Fickell said that who plays at Ohio Stadium on Saturday will be determined by performance on the practice field throughout the week. “I don’t have the crystal ball,” Fickell said. “We know what we think. We’re going to see a battle (in practice) and we’re going to work at it.”
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OSU redshirt senior quarterback Joe Bauserman gets hit as he throws a pass against Toledo on Sept. 10, 2011.
Men’s soccer set for date with No. 7-ranked Louisville PAT BRENNAN Sports editor firstname.lastname@example.org Ohio State men’s soccer co-captain and defender David Tiemstra can clearly recall the Buckeyes’ season-ending loss to Louisville in the third round of the NCAA tournament on Nov. 28, 2010. “It was a hard game,” Tiemstra said with a smile. “Down there, especially, they had a lot of fans. They were a good team and they really fought. A lot of us still remember it.” Tiemstra and the Buckeyes (4-2-1) will have a shot at revenge when they host the No. 7-ranked Cardinals today. OSU played the Cardinals to a scoreless draw during a regular season meeting on Sept. 22, 2010, but the teams’ postseason meeting was a different story.
Cardinals’ midfielder Charlie Campbell gave the then-No. 1-seeded Cardinals a 1-0 lead midway through the first half. The Buckeyes responded early in the second half with a tally from then-sophomore midfielder Austin McAnena to tie the game at 1-1. Cardinals’ then-junior defender Austin Berry scored the game-winning goal in the 63rd minute to see Louisville through to the next round. The Cardinals would eventually advance to the 2010 NCAA College Cup in Santa Barbara, Calif., where they finished runner-up to national champion Akron. OSU coach John Bluem said his team won’t shy away from the Cardinals in today’s grudge match, however. “I find every year that the guys like to play in the big games,” Bluem said of his players. “The reason you come to Ohio State is we try to schedule difficult matches.” Louisville, which has compiled a 5-1-0
record and tallied 14 goals in its first six games, figures to prove difficult for the Buckeyes. The Buckeyes’ co-captain said that each member of the team knows the significance of today’s rematch. “Even the players coming in, the freshman, they know the importance of this game to us,” Tiemstra said. “It’s going to be a good game.” Tiemstra, who scored the late, equalizing goal in 2-2 draw against Akron in front of 7,255 fans at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium, is hoping for another large crowd against the Cardinals. “That’s our game this year,” he said. “Everyone is looking forward to it.” The Buckeyes’ match against Louisville is set for a 7 p.m. kickoff. ANDY GOTTESMAN / Lantern photographer
OSU forward Kenny Cunningham takes a shot against Binghamton on Sept. 11, 2011.
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not hoping. What the Buckeyes need right now is a clear plan and discernible end in mind, especially with regard to the team’s dilemma at the quarterback position. Fickell said that while the media may tend to focus on quarterback play, he focuses on every facet of his team. “It’s focused on the quarterbacks, but we’ve got to do a better job all-in-all,” he said. “Whether it’s offensively or defensively… we’ve got to find a way to get our best 11 (players) on the field.” Whew. That’s more like it from the Buckeyes’ head coach. He’s
talking about improving the team and finding the pieces to the puzzle that will improve his team. But wait! Fickell produced another gaff as his press conference ended while he explained why he didn’t use a timeout during a fourth-quarter Miami drive that lasted 8:48 and bled the game clock down to less than one minute. “It ultimately didn’t end up hurting us,” Fickell said. What do you mean it didn’t hurt the team, coach? You didn’t utilize your timeouts, a valuable tool at your disposal, which, aside from stopping the clock earlier in Miami’s drive, could
have served the Buckeyes in several ways. At the very least, you could have given your defense a breather since that particular Hurricanes’ drive lasted for the better part of ten minutes. Only a select group of people gets to see the team at every practice and team function, so I, along with all of Buckeye Nation, must give Fickell the benefit of the doubt when it comes to helping the Buckeyes improve. Fickell needs to do a little better than hoping his team will improve, as well as kidding himself that his team wouldn’t have benefitted from the use of
a timeout at some point in the fourth quarter against Miami. With that attitude, Fickell could be hoping for a new job in the near future.
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We’re all aware of Ohio State President E. Gordon Gee’s propensity for regrettable
one-liner remarks, but first-year OSU head coach Luke Fickell unleashed a howler of his own at a Tuesday press conference. “We hope we get better,” Fickell said during his first visit with the media since the Buckeyes’ 24-6 loss at Miami. Is that so, coach? You “hope” your team gets better? President Gee couldn’t have said it better himself. Fickell’s remark strikes me as troubling because any coach on any football team, especially a first-year coach attempting to uphold 122 years of Buckeyes football tradition, needs to be proactive in improving their team,
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sports Fickell calls for Ohio State football to move forward MATT EDWARDS Asst. multimedia editor firstname.lastname@example.org As fans and media throughout Columbus continue to dwell on Ohio State’s 24-6 loss in Miami on Saturday, Buckeyes’ coach Luke Fickell said he won’t. “We have a 17-hour rule. After 17 hours, it’s over with,” Fickell said. “Doesn’t mean we forget about what happened or we forget the feeling of what happened, but we move on.” With the team’s 17-hour period of reflecting on the loss over, Fickell said his team will take a day-by-day approach. “Somebody asked, ‘What do you think this team is going to be in three weeks?’ I worry about today,” he said. “I’ll worry about tomorrow, tomorrow. “(One thing) the team can’t do is worry about what’s going to happen in three weeks, three months ... that will eat you alive.” Junior defensive lineman John Simon, a captain for this Saturday’s game against Colorado, is eager to move forward with the season. He expects to learn a lot about his team after coming off its first loss of the young season.
“We’re fired up. It’s an exciting week for us,” Simon said. “These are the weeks you kind of look forward to. You never want to lose, but you get to see what kind of team you have this week, seeing how we’re going to react and rebuild off this loss.” The other Buckeyes’ captain on Saturday will be junior fullback Zach Boren, who doesn’t plan to need rebuilding off of a loss again this season. “We’re going to go out and try and win every game,” Boren said. “No matter if it’s by one point or 50 points, we don’t care, we’re going to go out and win every game. That’s our mentality.” If the young Buckeyes can go on to win every game, Fickell said he believes it could leave Buckeye fans remembering the Miami loss as a mere bump in the road. “It’s ultimately where you end and not where you begin. We want to see improvement. That’s what our focus is going to be,” Fickell said. “But you have to move on.” “You still (have) to spend time on Colorado,” Fickell added. “We need to make sure we focus on what we’re doing, tackling on defense, ball security on offense.”
Fickell said moving on involves holding every player accountable for his play, regardless of the player’s tenure with the team. “No excuses, whether they’re young or they’re old,” Fickell said. “We have such an incredibly high standard for those guys.” Simon agreed. “We’re not going to make excuses for ourselves. Miami came to play and got the job done. But our objective this week is Colorado,” Simon said. “We’re up to the challenge. Like I said, guys are in there this morning breaking down film, game planning, so we’re ready to go.”
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When the NHL preseason kicked off last night, the Columbus Blue Jackets took on the
Winnipeg Jets in a split-squad contest that, in my opinion, never should have been the schedule. When the Atlanta Thrashers franchise was purchased by True North Sports and Entertainment and relocated to Winnipeg earlier this year, I took it personally. Not only do I not understand the move from a business standpoint, but as a Chicago hockey fan, I was outraged when I first heard about it. My initial concern was that a few of the former Blackhawks from my beloved 2010 Stanley Cup Championship team were playing on the Thrashers when the move was announced. Dustin Byfuglien, who is perhaps
my favorite Blackhawk from the 2010 Chicago team, and Andrew Ladd will forever hold a special place in my heart, and to see them banished to the middle of nowhere was painful, to say the very least. Then, there was the issue that the Thrashers were my second-favorite NHL team, after the Blackhawks, of course. There were a few justifications for this. There was Byfuglien. He helped bring the Cup home to Chicago and then he brought my heart to Atlanta with him. Second, there’s the fact that my hometown Chicago Wolves were the American Hockey League affiliate of the Thrashers. Since the
move, the Jets became affiliated with the Manitoba Moose, also owned by True North, leaving the Wolves to find a new team to affiliate with. The Wolves found their new team in the Vancouver Canucks, an organization which I love to hate. I don’t really have a reason for my hostility toward the Canucks (I hated them before the insane rioting after last year’s Stanley Cup Final), but it’s hard to cheer for the Wolves knowing that they’re affiliated with a team I despise. From a more rational, lessbiased angle, I don’t get why True North decided to try its luck with a failing franchise in
Winnipeg of all places. This is not Winnipeg’s first attempt at a professional hockey team. The original Winnipeg Jets joined the NHL in 1979, but the team moved to Phoenix and became the Phoenix Coyotes in 1996 due to financial issues in Winnipeg. I’m not sure what True North plans to change, but in my opinion, if it didn’t work out in Winnipeg the first time, it’s not going to work this time either. Then there’s the issue that the NHL is more than likely going to have to shift its divisions to accommodate the move. For the 2011-2012 season, the Jets will remain in the Eastern Conference’s Southeast Division, the
same division they played in as the Thrashers. But next season, the league will likely realign the conferences rather than shifting Winnipeg alone. This could mean that long-standing rivalries will be split and that teams which have played each other for years may no longer do so, or do so less frequently. I don’t like it. I understand that the Thrashers needed to do something. They were in financial trouble, and they needed a change. I just don’t think they’re going to find their solution in Winnipeg.
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