Skull session: Bronny James looks good in Ohio State uniform, Buckeyes gets paid in the NFL and Gareon Conley works for his return to the league

Good morning, good evening or good evening. Whenever I choose to read this skull session, I send my regards.

Can I reward your presence here with an AI-generated image of Brutus Bukai as a human?

I apologize if that spoiled your day. Personally, I find this photo unusual but also very disturbing. Creepy, but also cool? Terrifying, but also cool? I’ll settle with crazy annoying That the computer created a human image of a poisonous tree nut – an image that was burned into my corneas I won’t soon forget.

Well, I will move on. Let’s have a good Wednesday, shall we?

BRONNY x OSU yarn. Bronny James, son of NBA star LeBron James, broke the internet on Tuesday when he was sent to Instagram He wears Ohio State yarn. The photos were taken over the weekend when James’ family visited the campus for the Buckeyes’ Top Five face off with Notre Dame in the Horseshoe.

Hopper High School of Sierra Canyon is a four-star guard with a talent for playing at a high level in college. According to Compound 247Sports, it is classified as 45 player overall in the 2023 class, so seeing him wear connected Clark Kellogg jerseys was a treat for Bucks fans.

LeBron James said he would have attended Ohio State if he wasn’t allowed to go straight to the NBA after high school. LeBron has also been a significant donor to the basketball program since his first stint with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the mid-2000s.

These facts have led many to believe that Bruni could have the Buckeyes in the running for where he will attend college. His trip to Columbus and his Instagram photos of him in uniform confirm his interest in the school, so things are starting to turn out for Chris Holtman and his staff. It’s time for them to secure the bag.

Speaking of this topic…

Secure the bag. Ohio State is the factory of the NFL. 51 boxes Make up the initial lists of 53 men For the 2022 NFL season, No. Yates field from ESPN She has the third place in representing a school in the professional league behind Alabama and LSU.

While the Buckeyes may track down the Crimson Tide and Tigers for the most talent in the NFL, former Ohio State players will come together to make the most money in the NFL this year, according to Nick Korte of over the cover.

Always useful site called sButrak We’ve covered it to confirm that Ohio’s dollar cap is north of $253 million for the 2022 season. Washington star Terry McLaurin will make the most cash at $29.78 million, followed by Marshawn Lattimore ($24.10 million), shipper Joey Bossa ($21.25 million), and Denzel Ward from Brown ($21.03 million) and Saints. Michael Thomas ($15.8 million).

The least profitable Buckeye would be longtime snapper Liam McCullough, who would still bring in $705,000 in a one-year deal with the Atlanta Falcons.

So Ohio State may not have the most players in the NFL from any school, but their pro players definitely know how to support the Brinks Trucks. Wait until CJ Stroud, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, and Paris Johnson Jr. get in. and Dawand Jones in the league. Then the numbers will be higher.

The long way back. Gareon Conley was a member of Ohio’s most recent National Championship team in 2014 and a second-team All-Big Ten in 2016. He later became the 24th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft for the Oakland Raiders.

It was easy to see why the Raiders Bureau liked him. Conley regularly gave plays like these:

Weeks before the 2017 season for the Raiders, Conley signed a four-year, $10.47 million deal with the franchise, but only spent the first three seasons of that contract in Oakland. Conley dealt with a series of ailments in his lower body during the first three years of his NFL career, including several injuries involving his right leg.

In October 2019, the Raiders swapped Conley with the Houston Texans for a third-round pick in the 2020 Draft. He played the remainder of the season with the Texans but suffered another setback in his right leg in July 2020 and landed on the list physically unable to perform. He spent the entire year in reserve for the injured.

More than two years after his initial landing on the PUP roster, Conley is still rehabilitating his leg and working his way back to the NFL. A sportswear company called Lasso is recording his introduction in a YouTube series called “The Long Road Back to the NFL.”

Conley has the talent to compete at a high level in the NFL. His body needs cooperation. All the best to him in his continued efforts to rehabilitate and repair his body, and we hope to see him in the field sooner rather than later.

Bucky Nation. Ohio fans have big hearts. They have huge hearts, for that matter. Probably the biggest hearts in all the land.

While scrolling through the interwebs looking for Buckeye-related content to fill out a skull Wednesday session, I found Posted on Reddit That deserves some attention. Reddit user is a person with type 1 diabetes who thanked some friendly fans in Ohio who served them food that keeps their blood sugar from crashing, and in turn, was going to tell them to receive emergency medical attention. This is what they wrote:

Welcome,
I hope this reaches the people who helped me save me from developing low diabetes after the Notre Dame game. My dad came to you in Woody Hayes (Drive) on your way to your car on West Campus and asked if you had any sugar, and since you’re such a wonderful human being, you responded with some Tic Tacs, some candy, and a bag of delicious chocolate-covered popcorn. This kind act prevented me, a type 1 diabetic, from needing an ambulance.

You are a great representative of Buckeye Nation. All Buckeye fans, myself included, should aspire to be more like you.

Thank you!

My father is diabetic, so I am well aware of the potential risks and effects of low blood sugar for those with chronic disease. Such a kind and tender soul saved this person from collapse, possibly saving his life.

I passed a thank you note to a Reddit user as a message that Buckeye Nation is full of good spirits looking to do the right thing. This makes the fan base unique. I hope Ohio believers will always look out for each other and make sure the nation feels like a family.

Today’s song. “My Way” by Frank Sinatra.

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