Post-Game Video Interview with Mr. Football


The Buckeyes picked up one of the most explosive athletes in the country when Brandon Saine gave them a verbal commitment to sign in February over his childhood favorite Michigan. He will bring in a championship attitude as he led his team to a decisive victory 26-7 victory over Pickerington Central earning the MVP honors for his efforts. four-star prospect Brandon Saine, a 6-foot-0, 200-pound running back from Piqua High in Ohio is a humble superstar who has developed in to one of the brightest stars on the high school gridiron.

Saine racked up Ohio Mr. Football honors after rushing for over 1,600 yards and 25 touchdowns before the championship game. He silenced all the doubters once again, as he rushed for 240 yards and three scores in the State Championship contest.

"I can not believe what just happened," Saine said following the 26-7 victory over Pickerington Central. "It is crazy."

Saine is also a standout on the track posting some unbelievable times. Earlier this year he won the 60-meter dash at the National Scholastic Indoor Championships held in New York with a time of 6.79 seconds.

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*Special thanks to Mark Porter and for contributing heavily to this report.* Recommended Stories

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