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  1. Oil 45.59 Some change in my area. Lowest 1.89 Etna Highest 2.25 Buckeye Lake
  2. The Buckeyes (21-9, 11-8 Big) had to come from behind to post the big win over a very good Illinois (20-10, 12-7 Conf)) team. Freshman E.J.Liddell (Belleville, IL) had a career high 17 points to go with 11 boards and 2 assists. Kaleb Wesson ( Westerville, Oh) had 19 points and 5 boards, while CJ Walker (Indianapolis, IN) added 15 points, 6 boards and 5 big assists. Ayo Dosunmu (Chicago, IL) led Illinois with 21 points, 5 boards and 5 assists.
  3. Oil 47.40 Gas in my area. Lowest 1.99 Etna Highest 2.39 Buckeye Lake
  4. These are my Friday games. I am planning on more local (County) games on Friday. Thursday will be the local TV depending on the match up or the games in the Dayton area. Saturday will be my traveling day. (Week 00,00 and week 1) as always will be trips for me. This year is really different as I will go to Michigan and Georgia to kick off the regular season. I usually hit Kentucky or (Pa) those weeks.
  5. The Buckeyes (20-9, 10-8 Big) slapped Michigan (18-11, 9-9 Conf) upside the head again and kept their hot streak up. Duane Washington Jr. (Grand Rapids, MICH) lead the way in the win with 20 points, 6 boards, 3 assists and 1 steal. CJ Walker (Indianapolis, IN) was solid in this one 15 points, 7 assists and 6 boards. For Michigan, Franz Wagner (Berlin, Germany) had 18 points and 10 boards.
  6. #2 White Castle- Heath, Ohio Breakfast- 2 sausage, egg and cheese on slider bun and a order of hash brown nibblers.
  7. Lipscomb (8-2) came from behind late to defeat Ohio State (3-6) for the 2nd game in a row. Maddux Houghton had a RBI sac fly to give the Bison a 1-0 lead after one. Nick Erwin (1) blasted his first college bomb to pick the Buckeyes up 2-1 after 4 1/2. In the 7th the Bison plated two runs, when Brian Moore squeezed a run in to lock it up at two. Haddon Adams added a sac fly RBI in the inning to make it 3-2. The Bison added another run in the 8th to make this a 4-2 game.
  8. Cardale Jones (Ohio State) looked more lost this week then he did last week. He missed wide opened guys all game long and again looked like he can't read a defense. Overall he was 9-22, 72 yards with a pick. On the other side of the coin Taylor Cornelius (Oklahoma State) was 24-31, 211 yards, 1 TD with a pick. DeVeon Smith (Michigan) led the Vapors (1-3) ground attack with 122 yards on 24 carries with a long of 14 yards. Jacques Patrick (Florida State) had 108 yards on 21 carries with a touchdown. Cornelius added 36 yards and a touchdown on 4 carries. DeAndre Goolsby (Florida) caught a touchdown pass. He had 3 total catches for 41 yards. Reggie Northrup (Florida State) and Obum Gwacham (Oregon State) both had a sack.
  9. Landry Jones was God awful again today. This time he had three, yes three first quarter picks and he coughed up the ball, that was returned for a Houston (4-0) touchdown. Landry was hurt in the fourth quarter and it appeared it was bad, but no update was given. Lance Dunbar (North Texas) had 9 rushes for 48 yards and a touchdown. He also caught 2 balls for 17 yards. Donald Parham (Stetson) had 6 receptions for 56 yards and a score. On the defensive side of things for Dallas (2-2), Greer Martini (Notre Dame) led the way with 8 tackles. Derron Smith had a pick, while Micah Abernathy (Tenn) had a sack. For the victors, Beniquez Brown (Mississippi State) had 9 tackles, DeMarquis Gates (Mississippi) had 8 tackles and the both had a pass deflection. Edmond Robinson (Newbury) had a sack. Deatrick Nichols (South Florida) had 2 picks and 2 deflections. Cody Brown (Arkansas State) picked off a pass and deflected another and Ajene Harris (Southern Cal) had 4 pass deflections. On the offensive side of things Nick Holly (Kent State) had 8 catches, 97 yards and a touchdown. Blake Jackson (Mary Hardin-Baylor) also had a touchdown catch. P.J. Walker was 25-41, 239 yards, 2 TD'S and 1 pick.
  10. Landry Jones with 3 picks in the first quarter, so far.
  11. New Mexico (18-13, 7-11 Mountain West) losers of five straight and 10 of 12 heading into this one was able to come from 14 down late, to end their losing streak and break the six game winning streak that Utah State (23-8, 12-6 Conf) had. Utah State deserves the invite to the Big Dance but will be lucky to get it, if they do not have a good showing in the M.W. tourney. Leading the Lobos was Vance Jackson (Pasadena, CA) with 17 points and 4 boards. Corey Manigault (Suitland, MD) added 16 points. For Utah State Sam Merrill (Bountiful, UT) and Neemias Queta (Barreiro, Portugal) each had 18. Queta also had 14 boards.
  12. With the lack of posting, it appears not many are still watching.
  13. Gonzaga (29-2, 15-1 WCC) just keeps on keeping on with the result being another win over a very good St. Mary's (24-7, 11-5 Conf) team. Both will be in the Big Dance and both will be a tough out against any team they face. Filip Petrusev (Belgrade, Serbia) led the victorious Bulldog team with 27 points and 6 boards. Cory Kispert ( Edmonds, WA) added 20 points and 5 boards. For the Gales, Jordan Ford (Folsom, CA) had 28 points and 3 assists.
  14. BYU (24-7, 13-3 WCC) just keeps plowing on like a farmer on a sunny day. Last night they had little problems in handing a scrappy Pepperdine (15-15, 8-8 Conf) another loss. Yoeli Childs (South Jordan, UT) had a career high 38 points to go with 14 boards. Zac Selijaas (Bountiful, UT) came off of the Cougars to pull down 6 boards and score 12. For the Wave, Kessler Edwards (Rancho Cucamonga, CA) recorded a double, double 24 points and 11 boards.
  15. Things have not changed for me. What about you? Right now I have the Ohio State baseball game on against Lipscomb. Lipscomb provides a free feed off of youtube. On TV I am watching Utah State at New Mexico basketball game.
  16. Online- Ohio State at Lipscomb (Baseball) TV- ST. Mary's at Gonzaga (Basketball)
  17. Northern Iowa (25-5, 14-4 MVC) had little difficulty in pounding Drake (18-13, 8-10 Conf) to wrap up their first outright MVC championship since 2010. The Panthers are projected to be a 12 seed in the NCAA tourney according to the announcers who did this game. I personally think that is to high for them. I was thinking a 9 maybe a 10. Austin Phyfe (Waverly, IA) led the way in the win, with 18 boards and 17 points. AJ Green (Cedar Falls, IA) and Isaiah Brown (Flower Mound, TX) each totaled 15 points. Roman Penn (Calumet City, IL) led Drake with 17 points and 7 boards.
  18. And Evansville is winless in their own conference.
  19. Jordan Ta'Amu (Mississippi) has started to shown XFL Nation that he is a legit MVP candidate as he goes off again, this time for 264 yards passing, 63 yards rushing with one touchdown throwing the ball. He was 20-27 throwing the ball along with rushing the ball 16 times. De'Mornay Pierson-El (Nebraska) caught 5 balls for 71 yards and a touchdown. He caught all 5 balls thrown his way. Also for St. Louis (3-1) L'Damian Washington (Missouri) caught a team high six balls for a total of 41 yards. Dexter McCoil (Tulsa) led the defense with 7 tackles and Will Hill (Florida) had a pick.Taylor Russolino (Millsaps) had field goals of 38 and 48 yards. Seattle (1-3) showed a little life when running quarterback, B.J. Daniels (South Florida) came in to spark the offense. He rushed for 84 yards on 7 carries and completed 5-10 passes for 100 yards with a touchdown and a ugly pick. Kenneth Farrow (Houston) average over 5 yards a carry but was only given 5 carries. He did score once. Stevie Johnson (Kansas) had 8 tackles and one tipped passed. Ernesto Lacayo (Hastings College) had a easy 41 yard field goal.
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