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Central, O-H-I-O (via Columbus)

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Comment 24 Sep 2016

In the wise words of Aaron Rodgers, r-e-l-a-x. Just giving you shit. By the way, I love the work you do in regards to Central Ohio high school basketball. The work you do has gotten me to have a passion for basketball recruiting in a way that I only used to get into for football recruiting.  Keep up the great work. 

Comment 23 Sep 2016

I assume Gameday will be at Death Valley next weekend, but what do I know. I didn't think Gameday could mess up by not going to Wisconsin / Michigan State but they proved me wrong so who knows. 

Comment 23 Sep 2016

In this scenario, Louisville would have to beat Clemson next weekend, lose a close game to Houston and go on to win the ACC championship, while Houston finishes the regular season 13-0 after winning the AAC championship. Not outside the realm of possibility. Houston HAS to beat Louisville though. 

Comment 22 Sep 2016

The one must do (I know it's been mentioned already, but it must be reiterated) is Skull Session. After that, walk around, and explore a little bit but Skull Session IS A MUST. 

Comment 22 Sep 2016

Crusdader - 

OhioStateBuckeyes.com - Jerome Baker 225 lbs
NewYorkJets.com - Darron Lee 232 lbs
Steelers.com - Ryan Shazier 230 lbs

**** Side note, Ohio State will not play a running game as physical all season long as they just faced in Norman.
****Another side note, those weights are after time in NFL training programs as well so you can bet that they each (Lee, Shazier) put on a few pounds of muscle after moving to the NFL.

Comment 20 Sep 2016

Anybody who follows CFB closely knew that given two weeks to prepare, ND/MSU would be close game. I however did not expect Notre Dame to lose at home, especially in the manner that they did. Props to MSU. Can't wait for the BIG East battles that await that await later in the season. Wisconsin/Nebraska games figure to be huge. (That is why you root for your conference, four potential top 15 match ups on the way)