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Houston, Texas (via Centerburg, Ohio)

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Comment 04 Oct 2016

Ohio State is 2nd in the country in time of possession. The offense is playing methodically. The offense is not scoring quickly and so the defense is rarely on the field. When you put that together with the combination of many elite players on defense making plays and you see why he doesnt have the production of other players.

Honestly, if Raekwon was putting up big numbers that would mean the team is struggling. Dont believe me here is the schools the top 5 tacklers in the country are from.

1.) New Mexico State... 2.) Kent State.... 3.) Wyoming.... 4.) Virginia.... 5.) Florida International

Fun side stat Ejuan Price former Buckeye is leading the nation in sacks and tackles for loss for Pittsburgh.

Comment 01 Sep 2016

The fact that people are on here arguing that there should be only 4 teams in the playoffs is disgusting at best...

You should always argue for MORE college football not less... ALWAYS.

I argue we should have 130 team playoff after a 16 game regular season.

Comment 22 Aug 2016

Coach Smith can continue to write tweets that makes many people angry :)

Comment 22 Aug 2016

When Coach Smith was getting into a Twitter Beef with the WR coach from Nebraska Tyjon Lindsey was trending to Nebraska. Sure you may not like what he does but today when Tyjon picks OSU I hope in the back of your mind you will remember that Twitter Beef was the starting point of getting him to trend back to OSU and the end result was glorious for OSU and Coach Smith.

Also the majority of people on this site and other sites come here to get "insider info" on recruiting. Coach Smith hints at recruiting news and he being about a good of an insider source as you can get and you guys complain? It hasnt been a secret that Tyjon is going to commit to OSU for weeks. Half of you have been on Twitter bragging about him about to be a Buckeye for weeks. So the next time you want some recruitnik to feed you insider info so you know before the recruit can announce remember you are the problem not the solution.

Comment 20 Jul 2016

Yeah I would recommend Bettis Grille too... they have a deep fried cheeseburger where they batter an entire burger with all the fixings and deep fry it bread and all. Also they have a one way mirror in the mens room that lets you watch people as you stand at the urinal which is strange and fun.

Comment 19 Jul 2016

There is no limit on maximum number of Red Shirts a year but the maximum is one per player in their career. So any player can RS any year of there 4 years at a school. There is an exception that allows for one extra RS in case of an injury after a player has already used their RS year. Hence the occasional 6th year Senior.

Comment 13 Jul 2016

I know it is a fun thing to just disregard Rutgers and mock them but....

Since 2010 Rutgers has the same number of 5 star recruits as Michigan does and the same number of wins. Chris Ash is trying and successfully keeping more of the better instate recruits. Give the man some time and success and he will keep the best of the best. Everything this writer said was true they have all the ingredients to a successful program. All they need is financial support and competent leadership and they can at the very least become Michigan State. It will take much longer to become OSU or Michigan even but they are on the right path.

Comment 25 May 2016

The thing is the off-season BTN does "days". So each day is a new team. One day will be Iowa and BTN will show games and shows based on that team and it shows old games where they won obviously. The next day will be a new team. And so on. OSU gets more than their fair share of days and focus. The BTN has 14 fan bases to appease. So check your channel guide to see whose day it is before you sit down to watch non-stop BTN.

Comment 24 Mar 2016

Uh no that is me lol....

Dylan wrote for us about 3 years ago but has no affiliation with MotSaG

Comment 13 Mar 2016

Moved to Houston about 4 years ago here are some of my thoughts.....

1,) The food here is amazing. Every kind of food except Italian and Pizza is amazing here. I am a foodie and been all over the world eating food and by far this place has some of the best I have ever had and cheapest. There are more restaurants in Houston than any city in the world.

2.) Cost of living is amazing. From housing to food to gas you wont find a more affordable city. 

3.) Fresh produce year round. We live in an area where tomatoes grow 12 months a year.

4.) I find the people down here to be very welcoming and diverse in the best ways. I thought I was moving to a large drug cartel environment but I found out shortly doesnt matter the race they are all soccer moms driving big trucks and suvs and have big hair.

5.) Traffic is awful. Live close to your work. No matter where you live you will be surrounded by rich people and poor people always.

6.) It is huge. Everything is bigger just like they say.

7.) I have lived everywhere in this world and really feel like Houston is the place I want to stay for the rest of my life.

8.) Dont live anywhere with a number and ward after it. Like 4th Ward and so on.

Finally, it sounds like you have no real ties anywhere and if you dont like it you can always move some place else. Chase the money is my motto which is why in the last 10 years alone we have lived in Ohio, Connecticut, Pittsburgh, and now Houston. Dont tie yourself to an ideal place live your life and go where the money is.

Good luck

Comment 10 Feb 2016

SEC writer doesn't include even 1 SEC team in his easiest schedule article.... shocking lol

Comment 10 Feb 2016

Hate to be the bearer of bad news but JBook is confused. Danny Clark is still ranked 264th in the composite and 177th by 247sports as he has been since their last update of rankings a while ago. 

The only update to rankings by 247sports today was naming the 10 five star players for 2017.