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Why is this News? All the articles and tweets Buckeye fans need for May 5, 2021

All the Buckeye news thats fit to print.

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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.

You’re welcome!

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Too Soon?

It is already time to look ahead to the 2022 draft.

Speaking of which, Gene and Josh did a little of that on Monday.

Ohio State didn’t have a first-round DE this year, but hopefully that will change with some prime candidates to breakout this upcoming season.

Sticking with this draft, Megan did some further analysis of the 2021 NFL Draft as well.

As did Matt.

As did Brett and Meredith.

One of those aforementioned late-round draft picks, Coop is out here working with the

Looking ahead...

I’m ready to run through a brick wall for Haskell Garrett.

Speaking of brick walls, Justin Fields looks like he could take one down with his bare hands. The man is coming for his respect this season.

Keep an eye out for this week’s episode of Hangout in the Holy Land, where we discuss the impact of Jameson Williams’ transfer to Alabama. Ward has you covered in the written variety.

Now that you mention the return of Hangout in the Holy Land...

Malik Hooker had one of the most electric seasons I've ever seen from an Ohio State defensive back — and that is saying a lot. It’s a shame his NFL career has gotten off to a rocky start with injuries, but hopefully he can stay healthy and make an impact moving forward.

Ohio State doing Ohio State things off the football field

I hear that wrestling team is pretty decent.

This seems pretty good as well.

As does this.

May the 4th Be With You (even though its now the 5th)