Mark Weisman might be the only starting running back in Iowa history to have his YPC drop every single year.
I'm glad someone understands why the question was worded in this manner.
I still don't understand that Colorado game in Sioux Falls. I mean, I know there are a good amount of Hawkeye fans in Sioux Falls...but why Colorado and...why Sioux Falls. It's all so strange.
Harreld gave Barta an extension in the midst of all this, so I assume he doesn't care too much about puny state courts doing puny state court things. Maybe he'll care more about what the Department of Justice and the Southern District of Iowa have to say.
As long as we keep scheduling Middle Tennessee in football and LaVar Ball has shoes to sell, this story will be ignored.
Are those how long the routes are supposed to be?
If he could just stay healthy!
I assume they meant a sealed verdict. A sealed verdict is when the jury basically writes their verdict on a piece of paper, they're dismissed and the verdict is entered by order of the court. So, everything sort of happens behind the scenes.
This is opposed to a verdict in open court, where the jury comes in, the verdict envelope is handed to the judge and he reads the verdict out loud with the jury and everyone present. The jurors can then be questioned or "polled" individually about whether or not that was their verdict.
By default, a verdict is entered in open court. The parties have to agree to a sealed verdict.
I've only seen the plaintiff, actually.
Bo Ryan's wife left him.
Yes, either party can make a motion for summary judgment prior to the case being submitted to the jury. I believe that's what's going on this morning.
Chazz, sorry if I missed this in previous comment sections.
Ronnie's Bookie is correct. Unanimous jury (8 jurors) in first 6 hours, 7-1 after. If they can't get to 7 for either side, it will be a hung jury.
Ronnie also correctly described the burden of proof. Unlike a criminal case, this is a civil case so it only requires that Meyer meet their standard by a preponderance of the evidence. As in, it is "more likely than not" that Barta/Iowa/BOR discriminated against her.
I'll break this down tomorrow or Thursday in greater depth, and also add some briefs that each side filed for their closings.
LaPorteCityChazz doesn't have the same ring to it.
Yeah man I wasn't bullshitting you. I thought of embedding the answer but it was so lacking in substance I just summarized it and linked to it. Wasn't attempting to downplay the defense in any way. There wasn't a lot included from Iowa/BOR/State's position because their filings honestly lacked substance and their position seems to be a blanket denial and that she was removed from the AD for insubordination. The only commentary I really wanted to offer was, in my opinion, the suspicious and untimely promotion of Burke.
Yeah I'll hang up and listen for this one.