Hoban head football coach Tim Tyrrell spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about the huge matchup with Barberton on Friday night at Green.
Tim Tyrrell the head coach of Hoban spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell about their upcoming matchup with Mayfield.
The Knights take on Mayfield at 7:30pm Friday evening.
Archbishop Hoban head football coach Tim Tyrrell spoke with Sam and Brad ahead of their game with NDCL on Friday.
STVM Head Coach Marcus Wattley spoke with Sam and Brad Thursday to talk about the 'Holy War' between themselves and the Knights of Archbishop Hoban.
Hoban standout Todd Sibley talked about his commitment to Pittsburgh on the Sam and Brad Show.
Sibley was a key catalyst in the Knights' back to back state titles in 2015 and 2016.
The Archbishop Hoban Knights won their second Division III title in a row as they defeated Trotwood-Madison on Saturday 30-0 down at the Horseshoe.
Hoban head coach Tim Tyrrell spoke with Sam Bourquin Monday after their impressive victory and what it meant for him and the Hoban community.
For the full interview, click here.
The Archbishop Hoban Knights defeated St. Vincent-St. Mary in the Division III playoffs last weekend and will prepare to face New Philadelphia in Canal Fulton this Saturday.
Tim Tyrrell, head coach of the Knights joined Sam Bourquin Monday to talk about his team heading into the matchup with New Philly.
Hoban senior quarterback Danny Clark has now decommitted from the Ohio State University and many people are asking what's next for the young man after his high school career has ended.
Bill Greene who covers Ohio high school football for Scout.com talked with Sam Bourquin about where Clark may end up playing his college football.
For the full interview with Bill Greene, click here.
It's going to be a battle down at Dowed Field on Friday night as the Archbishop Hoban Knights take on the Eagles of Lakewood St. Edward.
St. Ed's coach Tom Lombardo joined the Sam Bourquin Show Wednesday to talk about their matchup with Hoban and what he learned about his kids in their first game against Pine Richland.
"This group will improve faster because they're more mature, but the more reps we have, the more experience we have," Lombardo said.
"We lost a lot due to graduation from last year's team."
The Eagles are the defending Division I State Champions and Friday's matchup will pit them against Division II state champ Hoban, who is coming off a 42-14 win over Stark County power Canton McKinley.
Coach Lombardo says that Hoban's the real deal.
"They can run it, they can throw it, they're well coached, so it'll be a good challenge for us."
For the full interview with Coach Lombardo, click here.
The Archbishop Hoban Knights are looking to defend their state title as the season kicks off Friday night against the Bulldogs of Canton McKinley.
Tim Tyrrell, the head coach of the Knights joined the Sam Bourquin Show Monday to talk about his club, the hard work they put into the offseason, and not being complacent.
"We have been trying to break the mold and not staying stagnant, living by the saying 'If it ain't broke, break it,' saying that constantly trying to get better is something each and every player needs to do.
Hoban will be led by senior quarterback Danny Clark, and running back Todd Sibley, among others.
The Knights will open up with McKinley August 26, and Coach Tyrrell knows his team will have their hands full with Dan Reardon's athletic and physical squad.
The Archbishop Hoban Knights will be playing in the State Title game this Thursday night against Toledo Central Catholic following their win over Zanesville last week in the state semifinals 33-21.
Coach Tim Tyrrell joined the Sam Bourquin Show Monday to talk about his team's effort and the upcoming contest with the Fighting Irish.
Tyrrell said the Knights left too much on the field, but he credited his offensive line and star running back Todd Sibley for getting things going in the second half.
"It was great for the Hoban community," Tyrrell said. "Our kids are happy, but our goal is this game coming up."
As far as the opponent, Coach Tyrrell says the Fighting Irish are a battle-tested bunch that can run the ball effectively and impose their will on people.