Ohio State's annual women's clinic took place Sunday.
While the need for such a clinic when so many women are already active and/or lifelong football fans is a bit of a debated issue, that the event remains so popular and allows for plenty of women from the Central Ohio area and beyond to interact on a personal level with the OSU coaching staff each fall can't be considered anything but a good thing. Buckeye Nation is big and diverse and if there's a chance to cater to a specific subset of it once a year of all levels of football expertise, sign me up.
While the annual afternoon long event in the past has offered little in the area of GIF-able moments, this year proved to be the exception.
During some tackling drills, in which the women attendants were able to practice their tackling form, one woman in attendance gave Ohio State captain Raekwon McMillan a lesson in what it feels like to be tackled by an All-American talent:
Does anyone know if she has any eligibility left?
Here's a few other photographic highlights from this year's women's clinic, which once again seemed to be a smashing success:
Great turnout for the Women's Clinic today! Best Buckeye fans out there! pic.twitter.com/0Dk71CHZLi— Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) June 12, 2016