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Ohio State, Nebraska WR Coaches Appear To Subtweet Each Other About Recruiting

Ohio State has controlled the college football recruiting scene in the Big Ten for years now, consistently hauling in top 10 classes year in and year out. But while the Buckeyes look to keep control, the Nebraska Cornhuskers are gaining momentum, adding four commitments to their 2017 class in the month of April alone.

Things are heating up on the recruiting trail, and that was evident Thursday night when Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith went on a little Twitter rant about another school's negative recruiting. 

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">@Zone6_OSU life is called FACT, TESTIMONY & REAL TALK.

We don't deal in "Sales"

— Zach Smith #Zone6 (@CoachZachSmith)

Hide behind your sales pitches and theories. This @Zone6_OSU life is called FACT, TESTIMONY & REAL TALK. ???

We don't deal in "Sales" ???

— Zach S❌ith #Zone6 (@CoachZachSmith) April 22, 2016

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It wasn't long before Nebraska wide receivers coach Keith Williams went on a little Twitter rant of his own, appearing to respond to Smith's comments.

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Apparently things are heating up in the Big Ten.