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Urban Meyer's Ability To Recruit ... Coaches

Ohio State has announced pay raises for many of its assistants, but Urban Meyer was assembling and replacing high-level assistants since he arrived in Columbus. 939 more words

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Early Thoughts On Ohio State's 2019 Recruiting Class

Urban Meyer and staff just put the finishing touches on the 2018 recruiting class. Gone is the no-news cycle of college football. It’s time to get some early thoughts on the 2019 class. 645 more words

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The Urban Shift In Ohio State Recruiting

Since Urban Meyer has taken over Ohio State, the focus with recruiting has gone more national. Is that a good thing, or cause for concern? 1,362 more words

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Ohio State Recruiting: Updates Petit-Frere and Jean-Baptiste to Ohio State

Urban Meyer has reportedly put the finishing touches on the country’s No. 2 ranked recruiting class.

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Updating Ohio State’s Remaining Targets

UPDATE: Ohio State appears to have closed the books on this year’s recruiting class. 1,193 more words

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Our eyes poke back at mods

A thrilling new report on how biometric technologies assess human taste in architecture was published yesterday on Common/Edge. As I’ve said before, good on C/E for running an essay, as it occasionally does, that refrains from trashing new traditional architecture, as it usually does, often in the guise of even-handedness. 1,165 more words

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2020 Census Funding Increase Needed Urgently

By Jason Jordan, director of policy, American Planning Association

The Census Bureau is the cornerstone of the federal statistical system and the critical data resource for a vast array of local decision making in the public and private sectors. 478 more words

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Ocean Grove wins a 2017 "Great Neighborhood" award from the American Planning Association's NJ Chapter.

From the NJ Chapter of the American Planning Association:

Launched in 2012, Great Places in New Jersey recognizes unique and exemplary downtowns, streets, neighborhoods and public spaces – four essential components of exceptional communities. 351 more words

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