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Member since 23 January 2014 | Blog


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Recent Activity

Comment 09 Jun 2016

The number of 3 stars in the NFL is a misleading statistic. There are far more 3 stars than 5 stars so of course there will be more in the NFL. A better measure would be what percentage of 3 stars make it in the NFL versus what percentage of 5 stars. I do not have the exact numbers but I believe a higher percentage of 5 stars make it into the NFL.

Edit: Squirrel beat me to it

Comment 05 Jun 2016

What position do you feel will be the biggest need in the 2018 class and why?

Comment 18 Apr 2016

While I get the logistics of what you propose, if there are never any crossover games then it wouldn't really feel like you were in the same conference as the teams in the other division.  The only chance of seeing a team from the opposing division would be in the conference championship game. It is feasible that you would have teams from the same "conference" meeting up maybe once every 50 years or more.

Comment 17 Apr 2016

Having Curtis Samuel as backup RB and at best 3rd string H-Back is questionable. Having Noah Brown as the 4th string X-WR is downright bold.

Comment 30 Mar 2016

I can see the love/hate relationship already myself. Good for you, forging your own path.

Comment 29 Mar 2016

2014 OSU Pharm grad here. Did you follow in your parents' footsteps by chance?

Comment 05 Feb 2016

This is why I don't put too much stock in the exact ranking of the recruiting class. There are so many high school football players that any class ranked in the top 7 or so seems to boil down to a subjective view. Sam Hubbard was a 5 star on Scout and a 3 star on most of the other sites I believe.