This Week in Twitter: Luke Wypler's an Entrepreneur, Buckeyes Enjoy Content Day, and Players Have Thoughts on Russell Westbrook Trade

By 11W Staff on July 31, 2021 at 3:35 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.

Football season draws closer and closer every day, but we're not quite there yet. So we'll just have to turn to the Twitterverse for entertainment in the meantime.

Dawand Jones kicks us off, celebrating Ryan Day's new look with a glorious new nickname.

Gee Scott's giving us out here stiff-arming the haters.

Noah Potter saw his brother Micah – a former Buckeye himself – sign a deal with the Miami Heat. Naturally, that uh... shapes his fandom.

Orland Pace's son, Jalen, may not be wearing his father's number at Ohio State, but he's got the next best thing.

Tony Aflord is out here bombing on his former running back.

Javontae Jean-Baptiste is looking to get into gaming streaming, and apparently, he needs some education first. For what it's worth, there are decent odds there's a class at Ohio State that could help him out here.

Tyreke Smith wants your food recommendations.

Teradja Mitchell and Javontae Jean-Baptiste have thoughts on the Lakers' new Big Three.

Luke Wypler turned some disrespect to profit this week by taking a Tweet questioning his ability to sell $50 hoodies and slapping it on a hoodie to sell for $50.

And his teammates had his back.

Including Harry Miller, in the most Harry Miller of ways.

Social media was busy this week as the Buckeyes had their annual content day.

Chris Olave is looking 2 clean.

Teradja Mitchell is ready to step up this season.

Haskell Garrett and Tyreke Smith are coming to a backfield near you this season.

... and so is the rest of the defensive line.

Cam Brown is getting ready for a comeback season.

And Nicholas Petit-Frere is out here like a proud father.

Long snappers get some love, too.

And of course, so do quarterbacks.

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