Ohio State had a successful Week 3.

The Buckeyes traveled to the state of Texas to take on No. 17 TCU and came away with a 40-28 victory. The team trailed 21-13 in the third quarter, but over what was roughly a 4-minute stretch, Ohio State scored 20 points to garner control.

One of the plays that truly changed the momentum was the pick-six recorded by DL Dre’Mont Jones. Jones, a 6-foot-3, 295-pound lineman, doesn’t typically get to run with the ball very much in games.

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However, against TCU, he showed off his hands and running ability.

The day after, on Sunday, Jones saw a SportsCenter highlight showing his fantastic play. He then tweeted it to Ohio State WR coach Brian Hartline, asking if he could be a part of Zone 6.

Zone 6 is a name the Ohio State WRs give themselves.

Hartline responded:

Jones has done it. He’s now a part of Zone 6. What more can he ask for?

Maybe a few more wins with the Buckeyes, leading to a perfect season and national championship to end 2018. That would be the icing on the cake.