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.
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On the football field
Christen Miller compares Larry Johnson to a Lamborghini
- Stephen Means, Cleveland.com
Ohio State has the best WR duo in College Football pic.twitter.com/b1iZ8cX6j0— PFF College (@PFF_College) June 3, 2021
Cade Stover At Home As Tight End For the Buckeyes
- Tony Gerdeman, Buckeye Scoop
The Art of the Reload: Ryan Day trying to match Nick Saban
- Colin Hass-Hill, Eleven Warriors
3,476 days since Michigan's last win over Ohio State in football. #OhioState— Ohio State Clock (@OhioStateClock) June 3, 2021
On the basketball court
NBA scout: Liddell, Washington intriguing but unlikely to be drafted ($$)
- Adam Jardy, BuckeyeXtra
Meechie Johnson Jr., Zed Key to attend U19 World Cup Training Camp
- Ohio State Athletics
Report: Ohio State coach Chris Holtmann could be ‘Sleeper’ candidate for Boston Celtics job https://t.co/I5SZZ1UI7n— Saturday Tradition (@Tradition) June 3, 2021
Celtics coaching candidates, job evaluations, what's next ($$)
- The Athletic
All the other fields/courts/arenas
Memorial Tournament: Bo Hoag shoots first-round 68
- Bill Rabinowitz, Columbus Dispatch
Meet The Mastermind Behind Ohio State Football’s Amazing Video Content
- Alex Gleitman, Buckeye Scoop
An @SINow exclusive: #Twitter & #Opendorse are partnering in a venture to allow college athletes to monetize content thru Twitter’s video sponsorship platform Amplify.— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) June 3, 2021
Soon, NCAA athletes will get a cut of ad revenue from videos they publish on Twitter https://t.co/x0ExqSPWLi
Bring back the Ohio Glory, you cowards!