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.
For your Earholes...
On the Gridiron
Patriots Acquire Rookie CB Shaun Wade in a Trade with Baltimore
- New England Patriots
Perry: Shaun Wade could provide meaningful CB depth
- Phil Perry, NBC Sports
Ohio State offensive depth chart projection: Loaded receiving corps, new QB headline explosive attack ($$)
- Bill Landis, The Athletic
Matt Barnes: “I would expect to see Lathan (Ransom) all over the field this year
- Griffin Strom, Eleven Warriors
Ohio State should be just fine at quarterback this season.
Buckeyes receivers feel ‘absolutely elevated’ with C.J. Stroud at quarterback
- Austin Ward, Lettermen Row
Five Ohio State football players get new cars in partnership with local car dealer
- Dan Hope, Eleven Warriors
Golden State QBs are leaving the state and taking over CFB
- Chris Hummer, 247Sports
Tallying Up the 2021 Big Ten Ratings: Who’s Playing In Indy?
- Tony Gerdeman, Buckeye Scoop
On the Hardwood
These are kinda fire tho...
What do we think of these inverted color uni concepts? pic.twitter.com/wz1jAWBjh1— Ohio State Hoops (@OhioStateHoops) August 26, 2021
Outside The Shoe and Schott
The women’s soccer team picked up a dub on Thursday.
And now for something completely different
Brutus is great but bring back the dog mascot!
Before Brutus, Chris the dog, was the unofficial mascot of Ohio State. Chris would attend football and basketball games, and rallies to perform tricks, such as jumping through hoops. He is pictured here in 1941 with his owner and cheerleader, Richard Armel. pic.twitter.com/b6ZnkX91ia— OSU Archives (@BuckeyeHistory) August 26, 2021