This Week in Twitter: Ohio State Defensive Linemen Argue About Soda, Former Buckeyes Work Out with Larry Johnson and Devin Brown Shows Off His Deep-Ball Progression

By 11W Staff on February 26, 2022 at 2:35 pm
Jalyn Holmes, Jashon Cornell, Cam Spence, Larry Johnson, Antwuan Jackson and Jonathon Cooper

This Week in Twitter is a look at some of the week's best and most entertaining tweets from Buckeyeland and beyond.

Several Ohio State defensive linemen weighed in on where root beer ranks in the hierarchy of soda.

Darron Lee argued his case for being the best linebacker in Ohio State history.

Javontae Jean-Baptiste continued to be Ohio State’s version of the Riddler, getting the Buckeyes’ new coaches involved in one of his latest videos.

Keenan Bailey and Ohio State’s official Twitter account were among those who got in the spirit of “Twosday” (2/22/22).

Former Ohio State defensive linemen Jonathon Cooper, Antwuan Jackson, Jashon Cornell and Jalyn Holmes returned to Columbus to work out with Larry Johnson.

Ohio State shared some grayscale photos of current players participating in winter workouts.

The Buckeyes’ official account also released a video about what the “Block 0” jersey, which honors Bill Willis and has been presented to Jonathon Cooper and Thayer Munford for the past two seasons, means to the team.

Ohio State’s linebackers, who appear to now have a Warren G-inspired nickname, took a trip to Topgolf.

Devin Brown shared a video of his deep-ball progression through the years.

Paris Johnson Jr.’s foundation announced a partnership with fellow Ohio State offensive lineman Harry Miller’s foundation.

Jeremy Ruckert is excited to return to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis – a venue he knows well from playing in three Big Ten Championship Games – to participate in next week’s NFL Scouting Combine.

Jared Sullinger, a former Ohio State freshman phenom himself, is impressed with Malaki Branham’s three straight 20-point games on the basketball court.

Mark Titus is ready to open up his checkbook to keep Branham in Columbus for more than one year.

E.J. Liddell embraced the boos he received in his home state of Illinois, where he dropped 21 points to help lead the Buckeyes to a 86-83 win on the road even though he was battling the flu, but he didn’t appreciate some of the more personal attacks he heard from Illini fans.

Ohio State’s home fans have been much kinder to the Buckeyes, though, and Chris Holtmann thanked them for all the support they’ve provided all year for his team, which actually has an even better record at the Schottenstein Center (12-1) than Holtmann said in his tweet.

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