VIDEO: Ryan Day’s Highlights as a New Hampshire Player Are an Incredible Throwback

Zach Brunner
Ryan Day's highlights at New Hampshire are an incredible throwback.
Ryan Day's highlights at New Hampshire are an incredible throwback. / UNH-Football/Twitter
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Current Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Ryan Day has enjoyed plenty of success as a head coach early in his career. However, before he was a coach, he had plenty of other great moments, when he was a quarterback for the New Hampshire Wildcats.

Day showed success as both a passer and a runner in this video. However, the top highlight was his game-winning pass, leading his team over Dartmouth.

With 13 seconds to go, Day and his offense were just outside of the red zone. He rolled out of the pocket and took a big pop when he threw the ball. Despite the contact, he delivered the ball perfectly to his teammate in the back of the end zone, scoring with just a few seconds left on the clock.

During his time as a player at New Hampshire, Day set nine school records, including pass completions (653), touchdown passes (53), completion percentage (59.9 percent) and total offense (8,492 yards). He will look to instill some of this knowledge as a quarterback into Heisman-hopeful quarterback Justin Fields this season.


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