A year ago today, Land-Grant Holy Land came to fruition. That makes us 257 years old in Internet time. In order to better understand where we're going, we've decided to take a look back at some of the best, some of our favorite, as well as a few of the most popular pieces we've published in the past year.
When Matt Brown, Chris Webb, and myself took LGHL from an idea in a chain of emails to a reality, we knew that we wanted to push the boundaries of what an Ohio State destination site could be. As we've grown, we've tried to push ourselves, both personally and creatively, to deliver you a unique, one-of-a-kind experience, not entirely like anything else out there in what's often a very crowded, over-saturated space. The end result is something we're extremely proud of, and we truly hope we've helped laid the ground work for something really special for many years more.
Thanks for bravely taking that first step into the wild with us. The best is yet to come.
A seemingly innocuous Ohio State super fan was sending motivational tweets to underaged prospective student athletes. But why?
You're undoubtedly familiar with its immortal tone. But what goes into you hearing the bell after every home football victory?
Jim Delany and Nebraska chancellor Harvey Perlman were against a playoff...until they weren't.
We mourn that time college football died. Again.
The story of the best game day experience in college football.
The University of Chicago were once a founding member of the Big Ten, and so much more.
Still upset about the bowl ban? Move on.
An exploration of just why Wisconsin is the Big Ten's most un-American school.
The Ohio State-Michigan game means a lot. For one man deployed, it meant even more.
The rumors of the Mirror Lake Jump's imminent demise were greatly exaggerated.
The struggling quarterback of Centennial High School had a nightmarish game, then met a legend.
Urban Meyer's made Ohio State history, and he's just getting started.