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OSUAeroEng


Columbus, Ohio (via Homeworth, Ohio)

Member since 01 March 2012 | Blog

I'm currently a PhD student at THE Ohio State University, studying Aerospace Engineering. Specifically, I am researching fundamental particle impact characteristics in both cold and hot (2000 F) flows to help define a model for particulate deposition in gas turbine engines that can lead to early part failure.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: OSU vs. USC, 2009: Best crowd atmosphere I've ever experienced.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Carlos Hyde
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns (sigh)
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers (double sigh)
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians (triple sigh)

Recent Activity

Comment 01 Jan 2016

That tempo zone read in the red zone is killer. The same play 6, 7 times in a row, but enough options and athletes that they can't actually defend it.

Comment 25 Nov 2015

The dispatch has a video on youtube. It's pretty disappointing to see people still in the lake splashing around and people doing the whole "Let's go Bucks!" thing for the camera not 25 feet from a guy being loaded onto a stretcher and having CPR performed on him. Have some respect, people.

Comment 25 Nov 2015

Damn...really hope the kid makes it. I'm all for traditions like the jump, but no tradition is worth someone dying.

Comment 21 Nov 2015

The DBs playing off opens up the short slants and intermediate routes...where were those?

Comment 21 Nov 2015

I forget which article I saw it in, but someone brought up a good point: If the game plan was to run the QB that much, why not just stick Braxton back there? We all know he's a better runner than JT, and if we're not going to challenge them with a pass anyhow...

Comment 21 Nov 2015

If you do decide to watch it, just fast-forward through the parts where OSU is on offense. Nothing much to see there, unless you enjoy watching JT run stretch plays for 2 yards over and over and over and over again.

Comment 21 Nov 2015

Exactly. Loverbuck was criticized in that post because his argument was downright silly, and he acted condescendingly towards anyone who told him it didn't make sense ("Let me dumb it down for you" rings a bell). Seems like he's still bitter about that previous thread and using a little revisionist history to make it seem like he saw this coming all along. He originally argued that QB runs increased the chance of injury, not that it was bad offense:

"I guess I'm tired of relying on the QB run to have a competent offense."

Oh, so the offense was competent with the QB run then, but now, once they lay an egg, you were predicting all along that this would happen? Please.

Comment 13 Nov 2015

You're totally missing the point. There's a good reason why religious comments aren't allowed - it's a divisive subject for which conversation very quickly spirals out of control. You're correct about one thing - discussion here is permitted, not an indelible right.

Comment 13 Nov 2015

As stated by the mods above and as part of the comment policy, please, no religious commentary.

EDIT: Thanks, Mods.

Comment 13 Nov 2015

Just an FYI for you or anyone else who knows people in the affected area: Facebook set up a page for people to let others know they are safe: https://www.facebook.com/safetycheck/paris_terror_attacks

Comment 13 Nov 2015

And in complete contrast to the horrific and cowardly acts performed by the perpetrators, reports are that people are literally opening their homes to individuals around the city who are unable to make it to their own homes due to travel restrictions. 

Comment 09 Nov 2015

Even if he simply attempted a pass from the wildcat, the run game would open up tremendously for him. If they're not going to let him throw it (or he's unwilling to), then I'm not sure the wildcat with Braxton is going to work very well through the rest of the season. I'd really like to see him get the ball on a quick screen, where he has a bit of space in which to work.

Comment 09 Nov 2015

I probably wouldn't have said anything were it not for the "dumb down" comment, so spot-on evaluation. Basic rule: Don't be a jerk, but if you absolutely must be a jerk, at least be correct.