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Sam Richmond and Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | August 7, 2015

Buckeye fun

  Ohio State linebackers Joe Burger and Craig Fada showed off their apartment in an MTV 'Cribs' parody.

While the defending national champs officially open fall camp on Monday, the offseason fun is still in full swing for Ohio State.

Linebackers Joe Burger and Craig Fada are among the Buckeyes enjoying life these days. The two playfully showed off their apartment in an MTV “Cribs”-style parody video.

 

Not too shabby for a couple of college kids.

But it’s not just the players dabbling in a little bit of comedy this offseason.

Tight ends and fullbacks coach Tim Hinton parodied the training that players goes through each year at the NFL combine in a video released Wednesday.

Hinton ran popular drills such as the 40-yard dash -- with a well-below average 10.46 time -- and even conducted a post-training interview from his ice bath.

He’s already reached out to the Kansas City Chiefs via Twitter. Perhaps Andy Reid and Co. will reach out to Hinton and give him a shot at the NFL.

 

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