So, I started out going for a Tai Otoshi by grabbing the cross grip (my left hand on his left sleeve, my right hand on his left lapel), but rather than stepping my right foot between and my left foot outside, then sliding my right foot outside and popping my hip to complete the Tai Otoshi, I stepped my right foot in placing my right heel right next to his right big toe, the same with the left (similar to the foot placement for an Epon). As i was stepping my left foot back I started the throw which culminated in a deep pop of my hips and me leaning forward about 45 degrees. My opponents often went straight over my head or off about 15% to the side but still nearly linear. After looking online for a little bit it looks similar to a Hane Goshi (Spring Hip Throw), but all the illustrations have your opponent landing nearly perpendicular to yourself (you slide right into side control), where the throw I have been hitting they are in line with me and I can slide into north south. So, is this a Hane Goshi or something else??