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A new location often comes with a new culture and other new things that you simply have to get used to. In the case of the six Ohio State football players that were recently drafted, they are going through that right now. They have to get to know a new city, find new places to get haircuts and groceries, check out the local dining scene, and many other things.
For former Ohio State receiver Chris Olave, that means he’s had to embrace all that is New Orleans, as the Saints’ first-round draft pick. To be fair, there are a lot of cities that could be worse to discover, but the cuisine down in the Big Easy is a lot different than what he was used to in Columbus — and San Diego before that.
Enter stream left, crawfish. It’s simply a part of the food scene in New Orleans and by the looks of things, Olave got a little baptism into the world of crawfish a couple of days ago.
Watch below as someone guides him through how to break into a “mudbug” and get the most out of a N’Awlins treat.
From the look of things, crawfish must not be on the training table at @OhioStateFB!
— Ed Daniels (@WGNOsports) May 26, 2022
Something tells me this won’t be the last time crawfish is a part of Olave’s diet now that he’s getting accustomed to the culture and flair of New Orleans.
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