Buckeye B-@-tle Cry: It Was All Smiles and Good Vibes on Twitter As Ohio State Obliterated Indiana on Saturday

By David Regimbal on September 16, 2019 at 12:30 pm
Ohio State head coach Ryan Day

Every week, Eleven Warriors will dive into the mentions of Ohio State's coaches and players to bring you the #HotTakes and ramblings of Buckeye Nation. This week, we're reveling in the good vibes after a 51-10 demolition of Indiana.

The Buckeyes offense took a little while to warm up in Bloomington, but once they settled, the Hoosiers never stood a chance.

Justin Fields added another four touchdowns to his season total, J.K. Dobbins nearly set a new career high in rushing yards despite playing just one drive in the second half, and Chris Olave is probably still somewhere in Indiana finding new ways to ruin the Hoosiers' day.

It was an all-around performance for the Buckeyes, who dominated in all three phases of the game. The defense, which is shaking the Greg Schiano off itself with each passing week, held its third consecutive opponent to under 275 yards, and the Buckeyes came away with a blocked punt that resulted in a safety.

Cheers all around, y'all. Let's get to the mentions.

@ Ryan Day

That was extremely not an issue.

I'm not hating this idea, because I'm starting to think there's very little this guy can't do. Car troubles? Call Olave. Having problems with your personal budget? Call Olave. Is your marriage falling apart? You know what to do. Call Olave.

That poor ref had a worse day than the Hoosiers. He left the field looking like an overly-sauced lasagna. 

This is the appropriate gif to summarize the start of Day's head coaching career.

Yes, give the people what they wan!

Buckeye fans are loving their new coach.

@ J.K. Dobbins

Pretty sure that would've been a war crime, considering what he did to the Indiana defense in essentially half a game.

I find this extremely relatable. 

Y'all went crazy when Dobbins did this.

Did... did we know Mike Weber called Dobbins, "slime?" Is that a thing? Because it weirds me out.

That was strangely my first impression of Dobbins when he shredded this Indiana defense two years ago in his first start. There's definitely a Sanders-esque vibe to his running style.

Parris Campbell approves.

Hank Schrader approves as well.

@ Justin Fields

Well I would certainly hope so.


I'd like to echo this sentiment.

He's just duel threat-ing really good.

// Looking around nervously //

// Chef's kiss //

Yeah Fields. Get your accuracy up, because your season average of // checks notes // over 70 percent is inadequate.

Yes, very good game.

@ Chris Olave

Not a bad thing to dedicate your account to, in my honest opinion.

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