For Ohio: Chris Spielman Gives House Cleaning Tips That Double As a Workout Routine

By Kevin Harrish on March 27, 2020 at 4:05 pm
Spielman gives us housecleaning tips.

We're living in uncertain times during the COVID-19 outbreak, but Ohio is gonna get through it together – and have some fun along the way.

While rehabbing from his Achilles injury in Columbus, Master Teague III is doing his part to keep children busy and active.

The Buckeye back took some time out of his social isolation to read a book to Columbia Elementary School – and anyone else who wants to watch from afar via YouTube.

Shoutout to Master for the kind act. Do the Harry Potter series next!

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Chris Spielman is a two-time consensus All-American and Lombardi Award winner, but did you know he's also an expert house cleaner?

Get a man who can do both.

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Getting Creative for the Kids

Anyone home with kids during these quarantine days knows it ain't easy to keep everyone happy and occupied, so Strongsville mother Erin Gallagher-App stepped up and became the hero of her neighborhood.

She created what she calls a "Literature Chalk Walk" which encourages children to read and draw.

The idea is simple:

Monday through Friday, children are asked to read a book. Children have a choice to draw the cover, a character or a scene in the book. Once they have chosen, they are encouraged to chalk on the sidewalk in front of their home by 3 p.m. each day, Gallagher-App said. Families can walk, ride their bikes or drive around the neighborhood and guess the books children have read based on their drawings.

The next day, children are asked to write the title next to the drawing, revealing what book they read.

“We have a large neighborhood with a bunch of mothers and children,” Gallagher-App said. “A lot (of parents) were panicking when this (coronavirus) went down. They were worried because their children were not going to be able to interact and play in each other’s yards. In my mind, I was thinking how they could interact with each other but not next to each other.”

This seems extremely replicable for any neighborhood with bored children.

Together Ohio

If you're looking to help out in some way, Ohio has a new way in which you can.

A special section of the state’s coronavirus website has been created and named “Together Ohio.” The “Together Ohio” web page contains the email address, where people are encouraged to send the state information about supplies they want to donate, or other ways they can help

Remember, we're all in this together.

Take Me Home

Entertainment becomes a daily battle with not even a hint of sports to turn to, but that's not something 33 minutes of Braxton Miller highlights can't solve.

People forget how impossible he was to tackle in the open field.

If you're extremely desperate, here's the 1:41:33 version where some hero compiled pretty much every run longer than 10 yards and pass longer than 20 yards. It's absurd, but I know damn well some of you are going to watch every second.

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