There's a lot of buzz around the city of Cleveland currently in the midst of the Indians' ongoing MLB playoff run and a couple months removed from the Cavaliers' NBA Finals victory. But Ohio's top college football team located two hours southwest in Columbus isn't doing too shabby either.
Cavs coach Tyronn Lue and general manager David Griffin stopped by No. 2 Ohio State's practice on Monday, bringing along the coveted Larry O'Brien trophy for all the Buckeyes to see. Lue and Griffin talked with players and coach Urban Meyer and posed for pictures following the day's practice.
Coach Lue, addressing the Buckeyes after practice. pic.twitter.com/DiAKdXrlCE— Joe Gabriele (@CavsJoeG) October 17, 2016
It's a good time to be an Ohio sports fan.