Ohio State Fans Aren’t Happy With This Heisman Graphic

first_imgOhio State Buckeye fans doing the "O-H-I-O" chant.COLUMBUS, OH – SEPTEMBER 27: Ohio State Buckeyes fans cheer on their team against the Minnesota Golden Gophers on September 27, 2008 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)On Saturday night, the Heisman Trophy will be presented to one of three incredible college quarterbacks. All three quarterbacks would likely win the Heisman in any other season given what they did on the field this year, but that’s not the case.Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa, Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray and Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins completed three of the best seasons we’ve seen in recent memory. However, all of the build-up to tonight’s ceremony has highlighted only two of the finalists.Tua Tagovailoa and Kyler Murray are seen as the front-runners for the award and it seems everyone has forgotten about Haskins.NBC Sports released a graphic showing on Tua and Kyler vying for the Heisman. Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell – and Ohio State fans everywhere – are unhappy with that.“This is disrespectful,” Martell said on Twitter.this is disrespectful… https://t.co/3yE966lfbr— TATE MARTELL (@TheTateMartell) December 8, 2018Martell then proceeded to make the case that the Heisman should go to his teammate, rather than the other two finalists. He made a solid case.since the media doesn’t want to make a case for dwayne then i guess i have to… ??‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/L5uvJwqYU3— TATE MARTELL (@TheTateMartell) December 8, 2018The Heisman Trophy ceremony kicks off at 8:00 p.m. ET on ESPN.last_img read more

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Top Mexican fellowship recipient joins Brock research team

Sergio Alatorre and Tomas HudlickyA post-doctoral researcher who received a fellowship through the prestigious Canada-Mexico Awards has come to Brock to do his research.Sergio Alatorre is working with renowned chemist and Brock professor Tomas Hudlicky. Alatorre is completing research in the synthesis of several compounds with pharmaceutical application. He chose Brock so he could work with Hudlicky’s research team.Alatorre’s research award is offered through Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada. He began the process of applying for the award in October 2010. From there, Mexican authorities selected 17 candidates to interview, narrowing the list to 10. Of those 10, five received the award.Alatorre is participating in the Visiting International Scholar program through Brock International. He will work at Brock until July 2012. read more

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