All the Buckeye news thats fit to re-print.
Look, we get it. Your days are busy and you don’t have time to read all of the stories and tweets from the three dozen websites dedicated to covering Ohio State athletics, or the 237 Buckeye beat writers churning out hot takes and #content on a daily basis. But that’s ok, that’s what your friends at Land-Grant Holy Land are here for.
Monday through Friday, we’ll be collecting all of the articles, tweets, features, interviews, videos, podcasts, memes, photos, and whatever else we stumble across on the interwebz and putting them in our daily “Why is this News?” article. That way, you’ll have a one-stop-shop for all of the most important Buckeye news, jokes, and analysis.
For your Earholes…
On the Gridiron
Buckeye Ball Carriers: Whatever It Takes, Whoever Can Do It
– Tony Gerdeman, Buckeye Scoop
Haskell Garrett named to Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Award watch list
– Patrick Murphy, Bucknuts
Now that’s a smart man…
Von Miller preaching today at practice …
“I’m an Aggie and I love Texas A&M. I bleed maroon, but these Ohio State guys can play football. You look around the league, there are so many big-time Ohio State guys out here.”#gobucks
— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) August 19, 2021
Noah Potter believes he can make bigger impact with move to defensive tackle
– Dan Hope, Eleven Warriors
Draft grades provide interesting perspective on Ohio State this season
– Matt Zenitz, On3
Joshua Perry, Even Spencer team up for podcast reliving 2014 season
– Kevin Harrish, Eleven Warriors
Stroud hasn’t yet been named the starter but is already fifth in Heisman betting odds.
Here’s a look at the players with the best odds to win the Heisman Trophy this season
Which player is your Heisman favorite? pic.twitter.com/3A2qNWtEqD
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) August 19, 2021
Ohio State long snapper Roen McCullough announces medical retirement from football
– Nathan Baird, Cleveland.com
Still waiting on NCAA, Buckeyes ‘optimistic’ Palaie Gaoteote will get waiver
– Austin Ward, Lettermen Row
Ohio State brought practice to Canton on Thursday.
— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) August 19, 2021
On the Hardwood
Outside The Shoe and Schott
Ohio State plans to start lacrosse stadium construction in late fall
– Joey Kaufman, The Columbus Dispatch
Jim Stone spent 26 years at Ohio State — the longest-tenured coach in program history.