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Kevin Harrish


Columbus, Ohio/Atlanta Georgia

Member since 26 November 2013 | Blog

I'm a 16th grader here at The Ohio State University. I'll graduate someday, but until then I'll keep doing college things.

I started writing a blog I made myself that a maximum of 10 people read. But I did the best I could for those 10 readers, and one of them happened to be Ramzy Nasrallah (there's a lesson here: don't suck even when you're sure nobody will know if you do). Oddly enough, he liked what he read and so did the rest of the staff. So here I am.

If you ever see what looks like a balding 15 year old wearing a homemade Chic Harley jersey on a game day, come say hey. I've got stickers.

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Blasting Mike Jones' "Mr. Jones" in the parking lot outside of Jerry World before the 2014 National Championship Game, knowing EXACTLY what was about to happen.
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Thrashers (undefeated since 2011)
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 16 Jul 2017

It seems like he would make the perfect h-back, I agree. But he wasn't practicing there in the spring; he was with the running backs. Though I imagine with the emergence of JK Dobbins as a legit No. 2 running back, McCall might get more reps at h-back during camp.

Comment 08 Jul 2017

I don't think Jallow being a 2/3 sort of player is really going to affect Ayala's decision at all. Ohio State isn't bringing in Jallow to bring the ball up the court, but Ayala sure would. They fill a completely different role. It's like asking if Sam Thompson committing would affect Ja'Quan Lyle's decision (I'm not comparing either of those players to either of these players. It's just an example to explain what I mean about roles).

Comment 04 Jul 2017

I can only speak for the players we've talked to, namely Hubbard, Lewis, Holmes and Bosa, but they love it. It keeps them fresh so they're at their best whenever they're on the field. It also exhausts the offensive line and gives them different looks to keep them guessing. Overall, it just makes the line more effective.