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Pickerington, OH (via Columbus, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   March 10, 2015

Born in Ohio, army brat moved back to Columbus in 1970. Ohio State grad, BA Photography & Cinema, 1982. Blogger in many other areas, decided to blog about tOSU.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Ohio State vs Wisky 59-0 (I lived in Wisc for several years in the late 1980's when Earle Bruce was coach at tOSU).

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Comment 01 Jan 2019

From walterfootball.com
(Not sure who this dude is, but he does have some valid points, says Dwayne is 2nd pick after Lock of Mizzou (LOL)... but I'm thinking this was written earlier in the season:

Haskins flashes the ability to be an NFL quarterback, but he needs to become more consistent. In 2018, he has completed 70 percent of his passes for 4,580 yards with 47 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Haskins struggled as a pocket passer against Penn State, but dominated Michigan's tough defense. As a sophomore, he completed 70 percent of his passes for 565 yards with four touchdowns and an interception. 

Haskins has a strong arm with the potential to be a pocket passer who hurts defenses. He has talent, but there are stretches during which everything is just a little bit off with him. His decision-making is not consistent, and he makes some bad plays in terms of ball security. Haskins' field vision needs to improve, and he has to get faster at working through his progressions. His footwork also needs improvement, and his ball placement can be off. 

Haskins should return to Ohio State for 2019 to improve his overall play before going to the NFL. As a first-year starter, that is understandable, and he has upside to grow. Haskins has said he will make his decision on whether to enter the draft after the Buckeyes' bowl game, but it is expected that he will enter the 2019 NFL Draft.

Read more: http://walterfootball.com/draft2019QB.php#ixzz5bQ6Mf2NK

Comment 21 Oct 2018

Have we seen Dwayne take ONE FREAKING SNAP under center this year, especially on short yardage situations?

it’s like UFM has forgotten football 101.

Comment 21 Oct 2018

It seems like everyone on the team was just mailing it in last night.

Seems like the effect of Nick Bosa pulling out and abandoning his teammates is bigger than we think. 

This team lacks serious leadership, from the coaches or within the team. We need someone with a fire in his belly (remember J.T.?) to lead this team on the field. Dwayne has talent, but he doesn't seem to be inspiring anyone.