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Kevin Harrish


Columbus, Ohio/Atlanta Georgia

MEMBER SINCE   November 26, 2013

I graduated from The Ohio State University in 2018 with degrees in Marketing and Journalism. And now I blog about sports online.

My second year of college, I started writing a blog by myself. I never really expected anybody to read it, and definitely never expected it to lead to a full-time job, but Ramzy Nasrallah stumbled across it, then one thing led to another and here I am – the full-time sports blogger.

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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

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Comment 10 Jan 2019

It really is not quite as simple as simply teaching them to turn their head around. It's all about whether the corner is "in phase" with the receiver and able to do that. If you're not, and you turn to look for the ball, you're probably giving up a touchdown with it going over your head. I agree that he could play certainly draws a lot of penalties that could probably be avoided, but turning to find the ball isn't the magic fix for that.

I also think Damon Arnette is fine and even good, just like I thought Damon Webb was fine and even good. I think the issue is that Greg Schiano's scheme required him to be an absolutely elite, lockdown cornerback, and he's not that, even if he is a solid player. And it didn't help that he's played alongside guys like Denzel Ward, Marshon Lattimore or Gareon Conley his entire career and is the easy target to be picked on. Is he a high first-round talent like we've been accustomed to? No. But he's still solid.