This Week in Twitter: Buckeyes Ask Others to Do Their Part to Have a Football Season, Jared Sullinger Says Goodbye to Aaron Craft, Cardale Jones Will Be a Godfather

By Avery DePaola on July 10, 2020 at 2:10 pm

Teradja Mitchell wasn't very optimistic about what the upcoming football season will look like.  

Jared Sullinger said goodbye to Aaron Craft.

Can confirm that I could not withstand a Baron Browning tackle.

Dwayne Haskins made sure Chase Young elaborated on a cryptic tweet.

Kyle Young expressed his love for Ohio State basketball.

And Dawand Jones has still got it. 

Javontae Jean-Baptiste emphasized the uncertainty athletes are feeling about the upcoming season. 

Jeff Okudah felt left out of Ohio State's case for DBU.

A few Buckeyes joined in on Ohio's #IWantASeason campaign.

Drue Chrisman weighed in on which Ohio State football record was the most unbreakable. His season-high was 6 punts against Clemson so, I guess he has a point. 


Tyvis Powell is officially a father of two and announced on Twitter that his daughter's godfather would be none other than his oldest son, Cardale Jones.

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