The Ohio State football program is one of the more traditional in the history of college football. To this day, even with spread offensive guru Urban Meyer leading the charge, the Buckeyes rely heavily on the power run game, the uniforms have barely changed throughout the years; oh yeah, and they play in the Big Ten, which everyone associates with being about as old school as you can possibly get.
Does Ohio State have to change this image? No, absolutely not. They came within one game last season of playing for the BCS Championship, so as they say, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
But that doesn’t mean that the program can’t have a little fun trying to shake that old school image just a tad bit…in the most hilarious way possible…by using one of the oldest assistant coaches on staff.
On Thursday, Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith tweeted out two pictures to the world painting tight ends and fullbacks coach Tim Hinton in the best possible light.
You want to see Hinton in a Bugatti? Well, here you go:
Hinton doing the Nae Nae? Yep, there’s that too:
— Zach Smith (@CoachZachSmith) May 29, 2014
This might be the best way to pass the offseason time that we’ve seen so far this year. No, actually this is the winner.
If you can’t get behind seeing Coach Hinton like this, then you’re more than likely doing life wrong.