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Ohio State football: Ohio State to play Notre Dame; Warriors sign Craft

Aaron Craft makes his NBA dream come true
Aaron Craft makes his NBA dream come true
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On Thursday, Ohio State and Notre Dame announced that they have scheduled a home-and-home series for 2022 and 2023. Ohio State will host Notre Dame on September 3, 2022 and then travel to South Bend to play the Fighting Irish on September 23, 2023.

Ohio State and Notre Dame have played each other on five separate occasions with the Buckeyes holding the 3-2 edge in the series. The two programs are among college football’s most historic and it’s great that they are playing again.

This bolsters what is becoming an excellent non-conference slate for Ohio State. In 2022, the Buckeyes host Notre Dame and then travel to face the Texas Longhorns two weeks later on September 17.

In 2023, the Buckeyes have a home contest against Boston College on September 9, host the Longhorns on September 16 and travel to Notre Dame the following week. That is quite an impressive non-conference schedule.

Golden State signs Aaron Craft
On Wednesday, Aaron Craft announced via Twitter that he officially signed with the Golden State Warriors. Craft’s agent, Lance Young, told the San Jose Mercury News that the deal was for one-year and is partially guaranteed.

During the summer, Craft played for the Philadelphia 76ers’ summer league team and then played five games for the Golden State Warriors’ summer league team. During his five games with the Warriors, he averaged a team best 2.60 steals and 7.4 points per game. His hustle continued to impress coach Steve Kerr. Craft is a prime example that hard work and determination deliver results.

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