NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: A detailed view of the helmet of Armani Reeves #26 of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrating after defeating the Alabama Crimson Tide in the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide 42 to 35. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Former Ohio State linebacker Joshua Perry is making a big move to television this fall. Perry will work as an analyst for the Big Ten Network.It remains to be seen which show Perry will be a part of, but we’ll know soon. He is scheduled to start on August 22.It looks like word of Perry’s hiring leaked on Twitter yesterday thanks to ESPN’s Holly Rowe.Always love when players we covered in college make moves!! Former Buckeye LB @RIP_JEP starts with Big 10 Network Aug. 22nd. We gave him some tips!! @MariaTaylor @OhioStateFB pic.twitter.com/YgqmUS4BKZ— Holly Rowe (@sportsiren) August 10, 2019 There are worse people to learn from in television than Rowe and Maria Taylor, so Perry was in good hands in that video.Perry, who retired from the NFL last summer due to concussions, has been working as a host on 97.1 The Fan in Ohio.He joins a long list of former Ohio State players working in television, including Kirk Herbstreit, Joey Galloway, Robert Smith, Chris Spielman, Stanley Jackson, Cris Carter, Bobby Carpenter and James Laurinaitis.After starring at Ohio State from 2012-15, Perry was a fourth-round pick of the then-San Diego Chargers in 2016. He played in 15 games as a rookie, making one start and compiling 22 tackles and a forced fumble.Perry would play a pair of games with the Indianapolis Colts in 2017 and spend time with the Seattle Seahawks in 2018 before retiring.
Browse library content, request publications and ask the librarian questions online –- the new website for the Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women allows you to do all that and more. Visitors can print search results from the online catalogue and take the information to the nearest public library, or to a university library if you have a university card. This is a useful feature for the public, who must borrow items from the advisory council library through a public librarian. The new website is easier to navigate and provides information and links on equality issues, education, employment, health, entering politics, and events. There is a special section for teenaged girls. “This website is informative and offers one more way to reach out to women all across the province,” said Carolyn Bolivar-Getson, minister responsible for the Advisory Council on the Status of Women Act. Liz Chisholm, chair of the advisory council, said the website development took much planning, programming, design, and input from library patrons. “I believe our new site is welcoming and useful. I want to thank everyone who provided input,” said Ms. Chisholm. Go to http://women.gov.ns.ca/ and fill out an online subscription for the organization’s bi-weekly electronic newsletter, Newsbytes.