This Week In Twitter: Haskell Garrett Wants You To Be Safe, Teradja Mitchell Gets Snubbed, Seth Towns Is A Writer

By 11W Staff on May 29, 2021 at 2:35 pm
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This Week in Twitter is our weekly look at some of the week's best and most entertaining tweets from current and former Ohio State players and other Ohio State accounts.

Urban Meyer's down in Florida catching some rays, and now he's getting in some family time with none other than Corey Dennis, who's married to one of his daughters.

No word yet on whether the kids have been offered Ohio State scholarships. Due time, due time...


Meechie Johnson's about to see an increase in minutes next season after enrolling early in December. Getting to this point took plenty of resilience after dealing with a torn ACL in high school, which is detailed in this video tweeted by his father, Demetrius.

Justin Fields, still good at football.

Chase Young, also still good at football.

Nice guys at work.

This weekend's life advice...

There are worse people to have teach you how to play football than Troy Smith and Braxton Miller.

Presumably Jeff Okudah just got done giving the camper to his left a noogie.

Solid answer.

Branden Bowen's trying to make a career for him in the NFL, but in his spare time, he's also out here carving a niche as a video game streamer. He's already got his own discount code (BOWEN) for some candy he's sponsoring. Not bad.

Fair question, Jalyn Holmes. 

Going to assume the younger Teague also runs a 4.3.

Plenty of commas in this photo fo two familiar faces.

First, Teradja Mitchell retweeted this list of college football's top-50 linebackers that didn't list his name, and then he created his 100-day countdown until kickoff.

Sully approves of Chris Holtmann's latest hire.

The athleticism gene in the Fields family is stroooong.

Years since we first got a glimpse of these jackets, they're still pretty, pretty nice.

Seth Towns went back to his former university to pen a student newspaper piece.

Advice from the best of the best.

A legend.

Heed Haskell's advice and play nice.

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