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Ohio State wrestling coach Tom Ryan said he gets the sense that this season, his team is doing big things. “Despite the fact that we’ve got so many young people on the team, I think there’s great leadership and a great sense of this group leaving a legacy here,” Ryan said. Having started seven freshmen for most of the year, the No. 6 Buckeyes’ resume suggests the team has gone above and beyond the expectations of many. After storming out of the gate at 7-0, the Buckeyes dropped back-to-back road contests against Nebraska and then Minnesota. About two weeks later, the Buckeyes toppled then-No. 2 Iowa, 21-9, in their first win against the Hawkeyes since 1966. Some even called it their biggest dual win in school history. Just nine days after the Iowa match, defending national champion, Penn State, hammered OSU, 34-9, in State College, Pa. OSU then responded with wins against then-No. 12 Michigan and Michigan State to close the Big Ten regular season. While the mission of winning a Big Ten regular season championship was unsuccessful for OSU (11-3, 5-3 Big Ten), Ryan said there’s still a lot of wrestling left. “Men in this sport that have left a legacy shine in March,” he said. “And we’re still three weeks away from March.” What Ryan is referring to are the Big Ten and NCAA Championships, which begin in early March and last through much of the month. Before that, the Buckeyes’ attention is solely focused on this weekend when they will travel to Stillwater, Okla., for the Stillwater Regional of the NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals. OSU, which drew the No. 3 seed in the region, is set to wrestle No. 6 seed Boise State on Feb. 12. “I think the big thing that Boise State presents for us is that they have a couple of really good individuals,” he said. Perhaps most importantly against Boise State, Ryan stressed how critical it was for 165-pound freshman Derek Garcia to wrestle his best heading into the postseason in order to hopefully qualify for the NCAA Tournament which is selective in what wrestlers it takes. “Every single match for Derek Garcia’s critical to make sure we bring ten (wrestlers) to the national tournament. Because I do believe he can do something there,” he said. OSU is at full strength with all of their starters rested and ready to go. At least, Ryan said, as much as they can be in mid-February of the season. The winner of OSU’s dual against Boise State wrestles No. 2 seed Nebraska, who handed the Buckeyes their first loss back on Jan. 6. One-hundred-eighty-four-pound redshirt junior C.J. Magrum said that while there will be no looking past Boise State, he’s excited at the prospect of a rematch. “We’re kind of upset we didn’t get the second seed (in the Stillwater region) but at the same time, we’ll never wrestle Nebraska as worse we did the first time we wrestled them,” he said. OSU lost, 18-16, as a result of bonus points in the first match up. “Lightning’s not going to strike twice,” Magrum said. “We’re pretty confident going into the match that we should take care of them.” One-hundred-thirty-three-pound redshirt freshman Logan Stieber agreed. “Last time we didn’t wrestle well, and they kind of kicked our butts,” he said. Ryan said he understands the challenge at hand. “We’re going to see two teams that, based on their season, you might say, should beat us,” he said. But that doesn’t stop him from liking the matchups each team presents. He still gets the sense this is a team that’s doing big things, he said. “This group wants to win it,” Ryan said. “We’ll see how bad they want to win it on Sunday.”
Green Globes viewed as friendlier to industryGreen Globes made its debut in Canada in 2002 and was later introduced in the U.S. According to an article that appeared in Environmental Building News, Green Globes consists of a list of questions in seven categories that generate a certain number of points. Ratings of 1 to 4 Green Globes are based on the percentage of possible points the project wins.Green Globes is often described as cheaper, simpler, and more business-friendly than LEED. “GBI is supported by the Wood Promotion Network and a number of other industry groups that object to some provisions in LEED and, as trade associations, are not allowed to join the U.S. Green Building Council,” Environmental Building News said.The lumber issue has been especially hot. LEED has been challenged in several states because the guidelines specially recognize lumber certified by the Forest Stewardship Council but not the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. Lloyd Alter of treehugger.com is one critic of Green Globes and its ties to the plastics and lumber industries. He’s written extensively about Green Globes, the Green Building Initiative, and its former president Ward Hubbell.“It’s a terrific day for big lumber, big plastic and the public relations industry,” Alter wrote of the GSA’s decision. “For people who care about green building, it’s not.” The General Services Administration, the agency in charge of the federal government’s vast portfolio of real estate, is recommending that either LEED or an alternative system called Green Globes is suitable for rating new construction and renovation projects.The GSA has required basic LEED certification for 10 years, and LEED-Gold for the last three, when the government constructs new buildings or renovates existing ones, SustainableBusiness.com reports. Now the agency is recommending both the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED program as well as Green Building Initiative’s Green Globes.“GSA has opened this review to an extensive public process, and we’ve made this recommendation using input from the public, industry stakeholders, and sustainability experts,” said Kevin Kampschroer, director of GSA’s Office of Federal High-Performance Green Buildings in a prepared statement. “We’ve found two tools that allow us to measure how federal buildings of all kinds can best save energy, improve overall performance, and cut down utility costs.”The agency is required by law to recommend to the U.S. Department of Energy the use of third-party rating systems to reduce the consumption of energy and water and save tax dollars. With the new recommendation, federal agencies can chose the rating system that makes the most sense for the project at hand, the GSA said.The recommendations were in the form of a letter from GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini to Ernest Moniz, the energy secretary.In new construction, the GSA said, buildings should achieve at least LEED Silver or 2 Green Globes. In renovating existing buildings, agencies should set a minimum goal of LEED Certified or 1 Green Globe, the letter says.