Keandre Jones was recruited by and committed to Ohio State. He played for the Buckeyes and was listed as a linebacker, but played primarily on special teams.

He transferred to Maryland for his senior season and has been an impact player for the Terrapins at linebacker. So far, he has recorded 45 tackles and a team-high 11 tackles for loss and six sacks.

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Ohio State plays Maryland at noon ET on Saturday at Ohio Stadium and Jones won’t be in the Buckeyes’ locker room before the game. He’ll be in the away team’s locker room this time around.

By the sound of it, he doesn’t mind that at all. He spoke about the upcoming matchup with the Buckeyes and below is some of what he said. You can find everything he said here.

“A bunch of those [Ohio State] guys talk and brag about what they’ve got going on,” Jones said. “All I can do is focus on what I have here, the University of Maryland, and make sure we handle our business and continue to play hard and aggressive.”

More Jones:

“Obviously I’ve had this game marked since I transferred from Ohio State. Nothing personal, I’m still friends with a lot of those guys, the relationships are still good between us. I’m excited and anxious to get out there on the field.”