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#CoachPlayerChallenge at Ohio State: "The people wanted it, Twitter wanted it, the internet wanted it..."

Ohio State continued the #CoachPlayerChallenge today, padding up coaches to face players in a pass rush drill.

Yesterday, coaches and players faced off in a goal line challenge that fans and coaches on social media have loved.

So today, at the end of the competition, strength coach Mickey Marotti announced "The people wanted it, Twitter wanted it, the internet wanted it..." before announcing Ryan Stamper (who laid a few Buckeye RBs out in the goal line challenge) as a sub for the pass rush drill.

This is highly entertaining stuff folks...and if Ohio State is doing it, chances are you should be finding something similar to do too.

The Internet wanted more #CoachPlayerChallenge.

The Internet got more #CoachPlayerChallenge.

💯💯💯#GoBuckspic.twitter.com/ukRt1kjgd4

— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) December 20, 2016