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  • Jokowi’s coalition parties divided over title of omnibus bill on job creation

    first_imgThe PDI-P proposed changing the title of the bill to include aspects other than job creation, so that after its passage it would become the Law on Strengthening Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), Cooperatives, National Industry and Job Creation.”For us, it’s impossible to create jobs if MSMEs, cooperatives and the national industry are not strong,” Rieke Diah Pitaloka of the PDI-P said.Rieke added that the bill’s title should have been changed from the beginning of the deliberation process, as it would affect its substance, saying the draft itself still needed many changes due to the effect of the pandemic COVID-19 that hit the country’s economy.“Our national economic backbone is now the MSME sector, in which the number of people involved has reached around 60 million,” she said, citing government data. The Gerindra Party, meanwhile, proposed reverting to the initial name of the bill, cipta lapangan kerja (job creation bill) — instead of the current cipta kerja (jobs bill).Read also: Guide to omnibus bill on job creation: 1,028 pages in 10 minutes“The title should return to the original from Jokowi’s speech at his presidential inauguration in the People’s Consultative Assembly [MPR], so that the substance would meet the President’s main objectives,” Heri Gunawan of Gerindra said.The NasDem Party proposed a change to “ease of doing business bill”, to include the notions of facilitating investment and integrating licensing procedures.”We see that almost 80 percent of the bill is about easing investment, so the spirit of job creation is no longer there,” NasDem’s Fauzi Amro said. “The government has also decided to postpone the deliberations of labor provisions of the bill.”Parties in the ruling coalition have expressed differences over the bill several times. The Golkar Party, of which the chairman is the current Coordinating Economic Minister, Airlangga Hartarto, is considered the main supporter of the bill while the PKB, the political party of which Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah belonged to, often disagrees with the ruling PDI-P.The PDI-P, whose constituents are generally working class, has been reluctant to pursue the bill from the outset. It was the only party to urge lawmakers not to rush into its deliberation, citing public objections to the bill.Members of the public, especially workers, still strongly objected to the bill despite the government’s decision to delay the deliberation of labor provisions within the bill, demanding the latter to be completely dropped instead, as they argue that the content of the bill undermines labor rights and environmental protection.Lawmakers of the PDI-P and NasDem have also voiced opposition to the domestic food supply provisions in the bill, arguing that it could weaken farmers’ position and favor importers.Topics : Political factions at the House of Representatives are divided over the title of the controversial omnibus bill on job creation, with four parties in President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s ruling coalition demanding a change.Of the six parties in the government coalition, only the Golkar Party and the National Awakening Party (PKB) opposed any change during a semi-virtual hearing between the House’s Legislation Body (Baleg) and the government on Wednesday.The others, namely the ruling Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P), the Gerindra Party, the NasDem Party and the United Development Party (PPP), had different views on what the piece of legislation should be called.last_img read more

  • MUSIC TO ALL OUR EARS AT TRADITIONAL MUSIC SCHOOL!

    first_imgSome of the students at this week’s summer school.A walk through Colaiste Ailigh in Letterkenny this week would do your heart good!Traditional lessons may be out but that is music to many student’s ears.That’s because the Ceol na Coille Traditional Music summer school is in full swing. Students from around the world including the USA, France, England, Germany, Scotland, the Isle of Man as well as Donegal are attending.A range of musical instruments are being taught including banjo, thin whistle, fiddle, accordian and guitar.And who cooler to oversee the school than well-known local musician and teacher Paul Harrigan and his wife Una.Even for those of us without a note in our heads can appreciate the effort and the end results. Music to our ears!  MUSIC TO ALL OUR EARS AT TRADITIONAL MUSIC SCHOOL! was last modified: July 24th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Ceol na CoilledonegalletterkennyPaul Harriganlast_img read more

  • FAMILY ESCAPE SERIOUS INJURY AS VAN CRASHES INTO HOUSE AS THEY UNLOAD SHOPPING

    first_imgThis was the image taken the morning after the van hit the house. You can see extensive damage to the roof and walls.A terrified mother-of-three has called on Donegal County Council to erect a crash barrier outside her home after an out-of-control van careered into the side of her house on Saturday night. Terrified Joanne Lindsay Butler and her family were unloading shopping at the time of the crash which she said rocked the house to its foundations.Amazingly it’s the SECOND time the family have cheated serious injury after another vehicle hit their house three years ago. Joanne and her family have been living in their 200 year old stone home at Cashel na gCorr just outside Gortahork for the last six years.Three years ago, on Easter Sunday morning the family awoke to find a car a sandwiched between their house and the back wall.The car which was leaking petrol was dangerously wedged against a gas cylinder which could have started a fire.To make matters worse those involved in that initial incident three years ago fled the scene and it wasn’t until the next morning they discovered the car. Joanne then decided to place two boulders place at the corner of the road just above their house to prevent another car crashing into their house.The was the scene that greeted Joanne and her family on Easter Sunday morning three years ago.However, on Saturday night history repeated itself as a van careered off the road and catapulted into the side of their home.Joanne told Donegal Daily, “We were just unloading the shopping from the car when we heard a loud bang and then we felt everything shake.“We then realised a van had struck the front of the house, it had struck both of the boulders and that reduced its impact but it caused the van to somersault and hit our roof.“Our three children who are aged five, six and eight were absolutely terrified and I took them inside and sent my husband to check on the driver. “The van was absolutely mangled as you can imagine, the driver stumbled out of the van and asked to use the bathroom.“However, as soon as he got to the bathroom, he collapsed, we had called Now Doc as soon as the car hit the house so thankfully they arrived soon after.This was the image taken on the night the van careered into the house.The driver was then taken to hospital where it was discovered he had broken bones in his back an he had also sustained injuries to his head.He remains in hospital and will undergo further assessment over the next number of days. Joanne and the family were forced to spend the night in nearby hotel Loch Altán.Gardaí had informed them they wanted to survey the scene in daylight.Joanne said, “We spent the night in Loch Altán as the Gardaí didn’t want to move the car that night, they wanted to wait until the morning to survey the scene properly.“It was only in the light of day that we were able to see the damage for ourselves, it was scary to think what could have happened if the boulders weren’t there.“The Gardaí actually said that if it was a modern day home the van would’ve breached the house properly.“Our house is over two hundred years old and the old stone it’s made from saved us from even more damage.“Our kids sleep right at that part of the house and it’s terrifying to think what could’ve happened if the kids were sleeping in the room.“They can’t sleep in the room at the minute because of the damage done, and they won’t go into the room unattended to get toys or clothes from the room.“The kids are naturally very shook up the incident as we all are, the sleeping arrangements aren’t ideal at the minute but we’re just thankful nobody was fatally injured.“We’re just hoping there hasn’t been too much structural damage to the home because of the age of the house.Joanne contacted all her local County Councillors but said that only two responded to her calls.Sinn Féin Cllr John Sheamuis O’Fearraigh visited Joanne and her family and listened to their concerns and said he would raise the matter with his delegates in Lifford.Independent Cllr Michéal Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig contacted the family via phone but wasn’t optimistic about their chances of having a crash barrier erected.The cost of erecting a crash barrier can cost anything up to €5,000 and Mac Giolla Easbuig doesn’t think the council would pay for the barrier because it’s not on a main road.Joanne said, “There’s no way we can afford €5,000 to erect a crash barrier, but I’m hoping the council can view this as a unique situation now that there’s been two serious accidents in just three years.“It’s a miracle that nobody has been killed, and we just want a barrier erected so it can protect our family.“Will it take someone to lose their live before they do something, I really hope they can do something about the situation.“We can’t afford the money required for a crash barrier so we’re hoping the issue can be resolved, until then I’m on the look out for two new boulders.”FAMILY ESCAPE SERIOUS INJURY AS VAN CRASHES INTO HOUSE AS THEY UNLOAD SHOPPING was last modified: February 10th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:barriercrashDonegal County Councilgortahorklast_img read more

  • Proteas narrowly escape Netherlands upset

    first_img28 March South Africa narrowly avoided a shock defeat to the Netherlands in the ICC World Twenty in Chittagong, Bangladesh on Thursday, successfully defending a low total to edge the Dutch by five runs and keep their hopes of reaching the semi-finals alive. Coming off a nasty nine-wicket defeat to Sri Lanka, the Netherlands were not expected to push the Proteas much. Instead they made the game very uncomfortable for the South Africans and their supporters by restricting Faf du Plessis and company to only 145 for 9 in their 20 overs.Stunning The pitch suited their bowling, but their bowlers had to make full use of it, and they did, led by Ashan Malik, who mixed up his pace up very effectively to capture a stunning 5 for 19 in his four overs. He ended Hashim Amla’s very aggressive innings at the top of the order after the South African opener had smashed 43 off only 22 deliveries and followed that up with the wickets of Albie Morkel (5), David Miller (17), Dale Steyn (5) and Beuran Hendricks (3). With Malik setting the bar high, the rest of the Dutch attack responded with some tight bowling.Lack of boundaries SA skipper Faf du Plessis smashed a six off the fourth ball of the ninth over, but was out the very next ball, caught on the boundary off the bowling of Tom Cooper. Incredibly, it took until the fourth ball of the 17th over for the Proteas to strike their next boundary as the Netherlands’ bowlers allowed little width to the batsmen and kept the ball full. Du Plessis managed 24 off 14 deliveries, but the two next highest scorers, AB de Villiers and David Miller, usually free scoring batsmen, were restricted to 21 off 21 balls and 17 off of 18 respectively. Ultimately, the Proteas managed only 13 fours and one six in their innings, with Amla responsible for the majority of them, striking seven boundaries and the only maximum of the South African innings. In the end, they mustered only 145 for 9, leaving the Dutch requiring 7.3 runs per over for victory.Destructive Former KwaZulu-Natal Inland and Northerns player Stephan Myburgh then threatened to win the game for the Dutch with a destructive knock at the top of their batting order. Fellow opener Michael Swart was the first to fall, but when he was dismissed for eight in the sixth over of the innings the Dutch had already reached 55, thanks mostly to the efforts of Myburgh. His belligerent knock was finally ended in the eighth over when he played on to JP Duminy for 51 off only 28 balls. By then, however, the Netherlands were on 80 for 2, well within sight of a shocking upset of the South Africans.Tahir’s heroics South Africa needed somebody to step up and stop the flow of runs. That man proved to be leg-spinner Imran Tahir. He begin his heroics by trapping Wesley Barresi in front for 14 and then followed that up by seeing off captain Peter Borren LBW for 13. Still, at 116 for 4, the Dutch needed only 30 runs for victory with six wickets in hand. Dale Steyn, though, removed Ben Cooper for five on that total, followed by Tahir bowling Cooper’s in-form brother Tom for 16 to reduce the men in orange to 116 for 6. Two runs later, Tahir claimed his fourth wicket, when Pieter Seelar was caught by JP Duminy for two, to leave the Netherlands wobbling on 118 for 7.Run out David Miller and Quinton de Kock then combined to run out Logan van Beek to make it 125 for 8. Mudasser Bukhari and Timm van de Gugten added nine runs, taking the total to 134 before Lonwabo Tsotsobe, who was expensive with a return of 1 for 46 in his four overs, had Bukhari caught by Miller for 11. At 134 for 9, the Proteas needed only one wicket to avoid an embarrassing set-back. To their relief, they claimed it five runs later when Hendricks picked up his second T20 international wicket, having Van der Gugten caught behind for eight.‘We are making it hard for ourselves’ “I think we are making it hard for ourselves,” South African captain Faf du Plessis said at the post-match ceremony. Optimistically, he added: “It’s a great sign when your side is not playing 100 percent and still gets over the line. “Credit to Netherlands for some very good bowling. Tahir and Steyn were outstanding. Credit to young Hendricks for bowling well under pressure. Credit to Netherlands as they played very good cricket for 70 percent of the game.”‘We obviously let this one go’ Defeat was tough to swallow for Dutch captain Peter Borren. “We obviously let this one go. We played across the line to Tahir. It’s a real shame,” he said. “They got off to a flying start and we did well to pull them back. Malik is a fantastic bowler and credit to him. “I have to take the responsibility too with my dismissal tonight. I’m miffed with the fact that we didn’t get over the line. After our last game I’m glad we stepped up better tonight.”‘It was a good team effort’ For his crucial role in South Africa’s victory, Imran Tahir was named man of the match. “I’m really pleased. It was a good team effort,” he said. “We believed that we could have won this game, but it wasn’t an easy one. I just tried to bowl wicket to wicket.” In Thursday’s other Group 1 game, England chased down a victory target of 190 to beat Sri Lanka by six wickets, with Alex Hales becoming the first Englishman to hit a T20 international century, finishing with 116 not out off of just 54 deliveries, with 11 fours and 6 sixes. South Africa next face England on Saturday in Chittagong in their final group match.last_img read more

  • Enterprises and AI Need to Connect Better – Here’s Why

    first_imgYoav Vilner Follow the Puck “Marketer to Watch” (Forbes). “Industry leader” (SAP). “Top 100 FinTech Influencer” . Tech blogger with exposure to millions. Advising startups across Europe, NYC, and Tel Aviv. Related Posts How OKR’s Completely Transformed Our Culturecenter_img What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Artificial Intelligence is a hot topic across the board. Everyone from developers, to data scientists, journalists, and general user-bases of all profiles are talking about it on a global scale. Entrepreneurs have taken notice of the benefits of AI in most areas of everyday life, whether assistants, mobile, entertainment and even healthcare or insurance. In turn, the demand for companies to adopt AI technology has risen in unprecedented levels in recent years.Before the large-scale adoption of AI came into play, there was much speculation over the way it could potentially disrupt numerous industries. Many were concerned it would replace humans and somehow take over the world. To the contrary, AI serves as a counterpart to humans by increasing efficiency and eliminating needless frustrations. It has the capability to assist enterprises with error reduction, data management, medical applications, monotonous tasks, and more- all of which allows their human counterparts to better utilize their skill sets towards tasks that are more meaningful. According to a report by PwC, AI will also serve as a global economy booster, by contributing as much as $15.7 trillion to the world economy by 2030 due to productivity and personalization improvements.Tech giants such as Google, Amazon, Facebook, Baidu, and Microsoft have made huge strides towards AI adoption by using AI tools and frameworks to create usable and impressive products, all of which were greeted with acceptance. I’m sure you’ve heard of IBM’s Watson, for instance.The success of these tech giants helped create a ripple effect, inspiring other enterprise corporations to look into ways they can also integrate AI into their processes and/or product offering. But some things are easier said than done. In most cases, it isn’t advisable for the fresh new technology to be built in-house, as it ends up getting costly in terms of time and resources. The best bet is to implement the innovations that are offered by AI startups that have already tried, tested, and perfected the technology that the enterprises are searching for. But even that can sometimes be easier said than done. The discovery aspect- the ability for enterprises to find the right startups with the right innovations- is broken. It’s tedious for enterprises to allocate resources to find relevant technologies by sifting through marketplaces of innovation. The frustration is multiplied when factoring the PoC (Proof of Concept) element.Add this to the lack of scale in hiring data scientists inhouse. This problem will grow bigger and become a multi billion dollar problem over the next decade – and I couldn’t find a single promising solution to gain access to such talent, putting aside the growing market of outsourced data science contractors.54% of enterprise incumbents see data storage, privacy and protection as the main regulatory barrier to innovation. There is also the issue of compatibility. Will the PoC even work? Is it worth the effort?Not only are enterprises on the hunt for AI startups- the startups themselves are also eager to collaborate with large enterprises in an effort to scale. However, each aspect of the process to make it happen, at least in the traditional sense is, gently put, tiresome.Despite the fact that 80% of executives view AI as a strategic opportunity, only 15% of enterprises worldwide are presently using it. This is largely due to the inconveniences that go behind the implementation process. On the flip side, 31% of enterprises have the adoption of AI on their agendas in the next 12 months. In many of these cases, the sudden spark in adoption stems from the fact that the enterprises came across ways to make the PoC process more efficient.“PoCs are something both enterprises and startups want, but the process isn’t getting easier” tells me Toby Olshanetsky, CEO of prooV that aims to simplify the POC process, “Quite the contrary, with all the noise in today’s ecosystem, enterprises are only finding it more difficult to run effective PoCs. The demand for AI today is equal to how badly those AI startups need new clients, and that’s an opportunity for both sides of the ecosystem.”At the end of the day, the ultimate goal for any enterprise corporation is efficiency, productivity, and of course significant increases of the bottom line. Technological innovations have made it such that the implementation of AI is the surefire way to make that happen. Now is the time for CTO’s to explore the many ways their respective companies can benefit from AI, and begin research on startups that have already developed the technology that will help reach those objectives. The adoption of AI technology is taking place at an accelerated rate, and it is crucial for all enterprises to do so in order to stay ahead of the curve. AI: How it’s Impacting Surveillance Data Storagelast_img read more

  • Employers: IRS Info Request on Your ACA Health Coverage Reporting May Be Coming

    first_imgThe IRS is sending information request Letter 5699 to Applicable Large Employers (ALEs) seeking information on why they are not current with their employee health coverage information reporting.  Employers can view these as reminders. They should act promptly to avoid penalties.ALEs Use Form 1095-C to Report Employee Health CoverageThe Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires ALEs to annually report to the IRS and furnish to employees information regarding any offer or failure to offer minimum essential health coverage to any full-time employee for the year.  ALEs must file Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage, and Form 1094—C, Transmittal of Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage Information Return with the IRS for each full-time employee.  ALEs must also furnish statements to their full-time employees relating to health coverage.  Employers with 50 or more full-time employees are generally treated as ALEs.Employers Receiving Letter 5699 Need to RespondIf the IRS does not receive information returns from a taxpayer it believes to be an ALE, it will send the employer Letter 5699, Request for Employer Reporting of Offers of Health Insurance Coverage. The letter asks the employer to confirm its name, EIN, ALE status, and date of any filing. The employer is invited to explain why it has not filed the required returns and any actions it plans to take.Penalties May Be ImposedIf the employer fails to respond or address the IRS’s reporting concerns, it risks being subject to a late or inaccurate reporting penalty. The maximum penalty amount in the case of intentional disregard is $520 per return for 2016 (inflation adjusted to $530 for 2017 and 2018), with no penalty cap for the employer.  The employer can look for a penalty assessment Letter 5005-A / Form 886A.  Good faith transition relief generally applies, and in any case early cooperation helps to minimize penalties.2018 Return DeadlinesThe deadlines for filing 2018 returns with the IRS are February 28, 2019, for paper filers, and April 1, 2019, for electronic filers. The deadline for furnishing this information to employees was extended from January 31 to March 4, 2019.By James Solheim, J.D.Login to read more on CCHAnswerConnect.Not a subscriber? Sign up for a free trial or contact us for a representative.last_img read more

  • Watch Guide: Week 9

    first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. November is coming. But first October has some work to do to whittle down the final few unbeaten teams in college football. This weekend is a gauntlet for the big boys as seven of nine undefeates squads take to the road including West Virginia which heads to Stillwater.9 unbeatens left: 2 off this week. Remaining 7 (Clem, Mich, Wash, WVU, Neb, Bay, Boise) all on road Saturday. More than half will lose— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) October 23, 2016The benefit of having a 11 a.m. game is that you have plenty of time to get home (or to a bar) and watch several other undefeated teams fall.Thanks as always to Ryan Hartwig for his work.Weekend Watch Guide: Week 9last_img read more

  • Oklahoma State Finishes With Top 20 Offense For 2016

    first_imgMike Yurcich, the stage is yours. After being ripped up and down these internet streets for most of the last few years, Yurcich has (by most measures) slapped together back-to-back top 25 offenses in Stillwater. Last year, Oklahoma State finished No. 23 nationally in points per drive. This year, they improved on that, moving all the way to No. 17. This was third-best in the Big 12 behind OU and Texas Tech.Here is a look at the top 25 nationally.OU had a ridiculous year (although not as ridiculous as the 3.99 points per drive they scored back in 2008). OSU was right there with the likes of Michigan, Louisville and Pitt (wait, Pitt?!) These numbers are mildly misleading because, you know, New Mexico didn’t play the same schedule as Oklahoma State, but New Mexico also doesn’t have the same caliber players as Oklahoma State does.This was actually one of the better years in the Gundy era (which coincides with the time since this stat was introduced in the mid 2000s). Here are all the PPD numbers for OSU dating back to 2007. It is the best offense OSU has had since Todd Monken left in 2012.And guess what … it’s going to be even better in 2017. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up.last_img read more

  • Oklahoma State Commit Spencer Sanders Ranked as Top QB in Texas by ESPN

    first_img9. Matt CorralUSC 5. Adrian MartinezCal 2. Justin FieldsPenn State 10. Justin RogersNot committed 3. Jacob SirmonWashington 4. Emory JonesOhio State 11. Colson YankoffWashington ProspectCommitted In the first release of the 2018 ESPN300 rankings released this week, quarterback Spencer Sanders, the top rated recruit in OSU’s 2018 class, earned respect as not only one of the best quarterbacks in the country, but the No. 1 ranked quarterback in the talent rich state of Texas — even after tearing his ACL during his junior season.Here’s a look at where he ranks among quarterbacks nationally, according to the latest ESPN rankings. 12. Artur SitkowskiMiamicenter_img 13. James FosterMissouri 6. Tanner McKeeNot committed 8. Jack WestStanford 1. Trevor LawrenceClemson 7. Dorian Thompson-RobinsonNot committed 14. Spencer SandersOSU Sanders is ranked as the 108th prospect nationally out of Denton Ryan High School and the 14th best in the entire state of Texas. He amassed 3,288 passing yards and 53 total touchdowns in his junior season in 15 games of action.Also in ESPN’s latest rankings system is Hunter Anthony, OSU’s offensive line commit who pledged last month, who graded as a high three-star recruit and the No. 9 player in the state of Oklahoma. New verbal commitment and offensive tackle prospect Bryce Bray of Bixby is ranked as the No. 7 prospect in the state. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up.last_img read more

  • Video: Mike Yurcich Talks Offense at Golf Media Day

    first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. We talked to Mike Yurcich today at the golf media outing about his QBs, his incoming RBs, what Tyron Johnson does best (making Porter miss in a phone booth, mainly) and how he molds an offense around his personnel. Hope you guys enjoy it.AdChoices广告last_img read more