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Well Lookie here. Who's desks were probably side by side?

Discussion in 'ESPN's 04-05 war against tOSU and Tressel' started by AKAK, Nov 15, 2004.

  1. AKAK

    AKAK If you hear the siren its already too late Staff Member

    In case we didn;t already know this... and maybe we did.... look what happens when you search the NYT archives in 1996.

    http://query.nytimes.com/search/query?field=body&sources=all&submit.x=16&submit.y=12&year0=2004&year1=1996&year2=2004&day0=15&day1=01&query=%22Tom%20Friend%22%20%22Mike%20Freeman%22&day2=15&daterange=period&mon0=11&mon1=01&mon2=11&sort=oldest&cre=The%20New%20

    Well--- Anyway if that doesn't work--- Here are the results of 8 days of articles from 8 Days of '96. It goes on like this into at least 1997 and 100's of articles.

    SPORTS DESK | January 22, 1996, Monday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX;Let the Pre-Game Begin: Switzer and America's Team Arrive in Arizona
    By TOM FRIEND (NYT) 840 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 23, 1996, Tuesday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX;Cowboys Looking As Loose As Ever
    By MIKE FREEMAN (NYT) 769 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 24, 1996, Wednesday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX;The Cowboys Just Kick Back and Enjoy the Ride
    By TOM FRIEND (NYT) 884 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 24, 1996, Wednesday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX;Irvin Calmly Takes a Hike on Media Day
    By MIKE FREEMAN (NYT) 765 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 25, 1996, Thursday $
    SUPER BOWL;Most Black Players Find Switzer Easy to Relate To
    By MIKE FREEMAN (NYT) 813 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 25, 1996, Thursday $
    SUPER BOWL;Troy Aikman Asks, 'Is That All There Is?'
    By TOM FRIEND (NYT) 1000 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 26, 1996, Friday $
    SUPER BOWL;A Proud Mother Takes Emmitt Inc. on the Road
    By MIKE FREEMAN (NYT) 775 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 26, 1996, Friday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX;Cowboys Trying to Put Race Issue to Rest
    By TOM FRIEND (NYT) 597 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 26, 1996, Friday $
    SUPER BOWL: NOTEBOOK;Montana, Mr. Cool, Is Surprised by 49ers' Moves
    By MIKE FREEMAN (NYT) 1158 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 27, 1996, Saturday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX;New to the Super Bowl, Coaches Tread Warily
    By MIKE FREEMAN (NYT) 556 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 28, 1996, Sunday $
    PRO FOOTBALL;Concern for an Assistant Coach's Welfare Increases Within the Giants Organization
    By MIKE FREEMAN (NYT) 1066 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 28, 1996, Sunday $
    SUPER BOWL;Dierdorf And Gibbs Lead Five Into Hall
    By TOM FRIEND (NYT) 851 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 28, 1996, Sunday $
    SUPER BOWL;All That Hair, All That Hype
    By TOM FRIEND (NYT) 1181 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 28, 1996, Sunday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX Preview;Big Mistakes, But a Grand Career for Lett
    By MIKE FREEMAN (NYT) 1053 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 28, 1996, Sunday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX Preview;O'Donnell Is Turning Into the Father He Misses So Much
    By TOM FRIEND (NYT) 1377 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 29, 1996, Monday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX;That Other Cornerback Found Right Spot Twice
    By TOM FRIEND (NYT) 858 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 29, 1996, Monday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX;Cowboys Overcome Offensive Crisis
    By MIKE FREEMAN (NYT) 906 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 30, 1996, Tuesday $
    BASKETBALL;Johnson Finally Says the Magic Words: 'It's On'
    By TOM FRIEND (NYT) 1007 words



    SPORTS DESK | January 30, 1996, Tuesday $
    SUPER BOWL XXX;The Cowboys' Season: Up, Down and Up Again
    By MIKE FREEMAN (NYT) 579 words
     
    Last edited: Nov 15, 2004
  2. scooter1369

    scooter1369 Chief Toad Fart

    And the plot thickens. This is playing out like some bad episode of Saved by the Bell. I guess that would mean all of them.
     
  3. jlb1705

    jlb1705 hipster doofus Staff Member Bookie

    uhh... it just took me to the page where you initially enter the search parameters. What did you find?
     
  4. Buckinghorse

    Buckinghorse Will work for bpCash

  5. AKAK

    AKAK If you hear the siren its already too late Staff Member

    Check the edit
     
  6. Buckinghorse

    Buckinghorse Will work for bpCash

    Now that is interesting.
     
  7. BuckeyeNation27

    BuckeyeNation27 Goal Goal USA! Staff Member

    how quaint. i bet they stayed in the same hotel room for the week. assholes.
     
  8. scooter1369

    scooter1369 Chief Toad Fart

    Probably supplied by a paying sponsor like Astroglide or KY.
     
  9. AKAK

    AKAK If you hear the siren its already too late Staff Member

    Yeah- How does that fit in with your communist columnist conspiracy theories?
     
  10. 3yardsandacloud

    3yardsandacloud Administrator Emeritus

    Shit the bed! Why does this make perfect sense ... I'm laughing at ESPN (again). Nice stuff AKAK.
     
  11. TexBuck

    TexBuck Newbie

    Numbskull here

    I still don't get it. What am I missing?
     
  12. DiHard

    DiHard Guest

    "einhorn and finkle....finkle and einhorn....jeez....einhorn and finkle...finkle and einhorn...."
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Nov 15, 2004
  13. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member


    New York Times again....look at the author names
     
  14. BuckeyeNation27

    BuckeyeNation27 Goal Goal USA! Staff Member

    finkle? ray fiNkle?
     
  15. Buckinghorse

    Buckinghorse Will work for bpCash

    Let me get this straight

    NYT breaks this story.

    The primary person this is all about is found to have lied 17 times to the NCAA (among others...the police and OSU)

    The person at the NYT that broke the story is then fired for academic fraud.

    A co-worker of his at the NYT brings the story back up??

    And why did Friend leave NYT? Did he get terminated also?
     

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