This Week in Twitter: "Vet Week" for OSU Men's Basketball, Ohio State Football is Loaded in 2024 and Ryan Day Says "It's Been Ohio State Against The World For a Long Time"

By 11W Staff on June 22, 2024 at 2:35 pm
Ohio State men's basketball "Vet Week"

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

This week was “Vet Week” for the Ohio State men's basketball program and on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, a bunch of former Buckeyes came back to visit the current squad and some even scrimmaged the 2024-25 team, which led to plenty of good competition, development and some Ohio State Brotherhood moments.

Although this is an annual tradition, it seems like OSU's social team made to a point to post plenty of pictures and videos, something that they didn't do in past years but maybe they did and it's just been too long to remember.

While back at Ohio State, Russell wanted to meet up with Ryan Day as well. His wish was quickly granted.

Last week, the Los Angeles Chargers signed Praise Olatoke, former club football wide receiver and track and field sprinter at Ohio State. Last Sunday he explained his path to becoming the first Ohio State club football player to ever sign an NFL contract.

Reminder: The Buckeyes are loaded heading into the 2024 season.

Speaking of that, Ryan Day was asked if this upcoming season was "championship or bust." He didn't necessarily answer that question, but said that it's always been "Ohio State against the world."

JJ Tracy (men's tennis) and Jacy Sheldon (women's basketball) were named Ohio State's Athletes of the Year.

Ryan Day and Jim Tressel seemed to enjoy themselves at the Roosters Golf Outing.

Five-star Ohio State quarterback commit Tavien St. Clair showed out at the Elite 11 FInals.

Chimdi Chekwa gives us his top five cornerbacks in college football in 2024, a list that includes Denzel Burke.

Hey you, yeah – you. Get the word out that TreVeyon Henderson is having a camp at Olentangy High School on June 28.

Former Buckeye Jacy Sheldon made her first career start for the Dallas Wings on Thursday.

The Boston Celtics beat the Dallas Mavericks Monday night to win the NBA Finals in five games, but Garrett Wilson doesn't think that series should count.

Former Buckeye and current Cleveland Browns offensive tackle will be the honorary grand marshal of The Honda Indy 200 Presented by the 2025 Civic Hybrid at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on July 7.

Jerome Baker Jr., world traveler?

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