We’re proud to announce that for the fourth year in a row we will again
offer our Friday Night Scoreboard (FNS) & QuarterSpondents Program. The FNS is Ohio’s only real-time statewide high school football
scoreboard and it’s powered by people like you – high school football
fans. Your school, community and team thanks you ahead of time for
representing them on JJHuddle.
How it’ll go…
2012 FNS & QUARTERSPONDENT GAMEPLAN
1. Online Entry Only: No more texting scores in. This season all entry will be done through the browser on your smartphone. The same process that we had last year for online entry will be used. We understand removing the texting option may eliminate some people from being a QS, but it’s the most efficient route. We will provide QSs with updated links for all teams in August. You can again bookmark your specific school to your homepage to insure ease.
2. Report Score for Opponent Too: In order to cover all bases we’re asking that you enter scores for your opponents too. It’s not a requirement, just a nudge.
3. Premium JJHuddle Account: All Football QSs get a courtesy JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Insider account.
1. Text the word “Quarterspondents” to the five digit short code 90210: This will enable us to text you reminders and information regarding how and when to post scores. We’ll also be able to deliver the needed links directly to your phone.
2. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know the following:
(If you are not a current member of JJHuddle and wish to be, register a new username and include it)
NEW! IN 2012…ALL SPORTS SCORES
1. We Are Doing Scores for All Sports: We will be unveiling our new Team Score Report (TSR) pages this Fall which will enable people/students/fans to report on all sports at all OHSAA schools. Basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball, track…everything. The TSR pages will be school-specific and will include a collection of Twitter-like feeds for each sport the school fields.
2. Scores App Coming: We are going to unleash a smartphone app for statewide scores this fall.