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Get your ‘Hang 100 on ‘em’ shirt today!

A new phrase has entered the Buckeye lexicon to go alongside “Because I couldn’t go for three”!

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Matt Tamanini Matt Tamanini is the co-managing editor of Land-Grant Holy Land having joined the site in 2016.

Depending on how immersed in the Ohio State blogosphere you are, you might not have heard about a recent conference call kerfuffle between two Big Ten coaches who have their programs heading in opposite directions.

According to Bucknuts’ Dave Biddle, earlier this week on a call with all of the B1G’s football coaches, Michigan head man Jim Harbaugh accused Ohio State of cheating (which is, after all, the Michigan Man’s only defense for a nearly two-decade long spat of mediocrity) by having linebackers coach Al Washington featured working with players on the field in a social media video, a couple of days before that was permitted by the ever-changing NCAA regulations.

Buckeye coach Ryan Day responded matter of factly by saying that Harbaugh should focus on his team, and let Day focus on his. Then, again according to Biddle, in a subsequent team meeting, Day informed his players that he intended to “hang 100” on TTUN when they meet this November October. And thus a meme and a hashtag that we will likely beat into the ground were born.

Biddle initially posted his reporting to the 247Sports message board, which is only available to paid subscribers, but ESPN did a follow up story, if you would like more details on the head coach quarrel.

But, being who we are here at Land-Grant Holy Land, your friendly neighborhood rabble rousers couldn’t pass up a chance to rub some salt in the Wolverines’ wounds, so we have made available the newest shirt in our long line of homer/trolling apparel.

Our friends at BreakingT performed an admirably speedy turn around to make this gem available ASAP. You can now get this gorgeous, premium, lightweight, durable — yet ultrasoft — tri-blend crewneck here.

You know the story of “because I couldn’t go for three,” but a new chapter rivalry trash talk was written this week. We still aren’t 100 percent sure if The Game will be played this season or not, but this is the perfect shirt to have handy for whenever the Buckeyes next have the opportunity to #Hang100OnEm.

Some of our t-shirt greatest hits are also available here as well, starting at just $10. And, if you spend $70, you get free domestic shipping, so you might as well stock up.

From today (the first official day of camp) until the end of Ohio State’s college football season, I will be posting a column every single day. Some days they will be longer and in depth, some days they will be short and sweet. But, I felt starting off with the gleeful pettiness of this shirt was a perfect way to officially welcome in what will undoubtedly be the weirdest season in recent college football memory.