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Hilliard, OH (via Westerville, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   February 05, 2014

2014 Alumni of tOSU.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2014 National Championship
  • NFL TEAM: Denver Broncos
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Team LBJ
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Meh...Crew??

Recent Activity

Comment 13 Jan 2020

I wonder if the coaches get paid to be on the coaches room broadcast or if they just look at it as a way to get exposure for recruiting. I will watch the regular broadcast live, but will be interested to hear afterwards what Hafley had to say about Clemson's offense and the things they did against us. 

Comment 08 Jan 2020

The most surprising part of this isn't that he's moving to DE, it's that he's moving out of a LB room that will be very thin after the 2020 season. It will lose Werner, Borland, Browning and Hilliard. 

Pope and Gant have shown flashes on special teams, but still unproven on defense. Must have a lot of faith in them and the three freshmen to step up in their second year. 

Comment 01 Jan 2020

With Day calling plays and working with the QBs still, I like the move. He can continue to learn. All comes down to “Can Corey Dennis Recruit” 

We don’t know this, but with the glowing reviews from Burrow, Haskins, and Fields, it seems like he has done a good job developing relationships, which of course is huge with recruiting. I’m optimistic 

Comment 30 Dec 2019

Regardless of how this played out (him being pushed out, or him leaving on his own), it’s public knowledge that Day was the one calling plays, designing the offense, and working with Fields a ton. 

I guess what I’m saying is, the OSU offensive coordinator/QB coach position just needs to be an elite recruiter. Day will take care of the rest. 

Will be interesting to see how big of a name gets brought in though. With Day getting all the credit for the offense (rightfully so) it might deter some guys with immediate HC aspirations. 

Comment 16 Dec 2019

A lot of people think Hafley should have waited for something better to open up, but I think this was a really smart decision for his future. 

1. It's a job with minimal pressure. It's a power 5 school, with decent power 5 resources, with group of 5 expectations. Not to mention the ACC is absolute garbage at the moment outside of a certain institution that is going to get dumped on in 12 days. If he wants a more high profile job, he will be considered a leading candidate if he can just get BC to 7-8 wins a season over the next couple years.  

2. He saw what happened with Schiano. It only takes one year of a dreadful defense for the public's perception to change. With OSU potentially losing the top 7 players on defense (Young, Okudah, Fuller, Harrison, Wade, Hamilton, Arnette), it had to have crossed his mind that there could be a potential dropoff and the impact it could have. 

Comment 04 Dec 2019

The bonus structure is nice, but he’s getting a brand new contract after the season either way with the performance of the team this year. If he wins the natty, I would venture to stay his salary will probably close to double. 

Comment 04 Dec 2019

This is kind of a random place to ask about this, but...

1. Did it actually happen? Yes.

2. Is it the reason Justin Fields transferred? No.

3. Was the NCAA right in granting immediate eligibility? They had no choice because of the narrative.

4. The QB would have been Tate Martell or Matthew Baldwin. Meaning they wouldn’t have transferred out. My guess is it would have been Martell week 1, but by week 3-4 Baldwin would have took over and never looked back. Still think he will be a stud if he can finally stay healthy at TCU

Comment 30 Nov 2019

You want a scenario? How’s this:

LSU wins out. OSU wins out. Clemson wins out. 

Oklahoma loses to OkSt tonight. Oklahoma beats Baylor in Big 12 championship. Utah loses to Oregon.  

Who the hell gets the four seed? I think that’s the scenario I’m rooting for just to see who gets it. 

Comment 25 Nov 2019

1. He played solid after sustaining the hand/wrist injury. The second fumble was a clear case of someone ripping at the ball

2. He jumped up and ran off after the foot/ankle injury. It may be sore and could impact his mobility slightly, but it's clearly not going to impact his game status.

3. Chugunov has came in 2nd all year long, so yes.  

Comment 23 Nov 2019

I think there were a couple factors.

1. Were able to run the ball so well on the first drive, so stuck with it 

2. The weather caused a hesitation to pass 

3. Fields was getting pressured quite a bit

Comment 22 Nov 2019

Who knows if it would have been ranked different if it were for an actual playoff spot, but last year the committee ranked a 2 loss non conference champion Georgia 5 and 1 loss conference champion OSU 6 in the final ranking.

Not sure if that just proves SEC bias, or that a team could get in with equal/more losses than a conference champ. 

Comment 21 Nov 2019

I would like to know what the University president as OSU actually does. Because it seems to me it's just a public figure job where they really don't do much except put out public responses to negative situations that the University is involved in. That and fund raise. 

Comment 04 Nov 2019

All of the sites charge outrageous fees and are practically all the same. I usually just go with Ticketmaster or Stubhub over anything else though, because I’m super paranoid about counterfeit tickets from scalpers and lesser known sites 

Comment 25 Oct 2019

"It is with heavy regret that I must inform the entire Purple Eagle nation that effective today I have resigned my position as the head men's basketball coach at Niagara University,

I hate when tiny schools use the word “nation” to describe their fan base. I understand the message but “Purple Eagle Nation” come on man... 

Comment 15 Oct 2019

Care to list the 4-2 and 4-0 ranked opponents? Started to try to look them up on my own and it’s hard to find a database that lists both ranking and game time