Ohio State's Delta Gamma Chapter Produced the Best Sorority Recruitment Video We've Seen

January 23, 2014 at 1:40p    by DJ Byrnes    
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After Duke's Delta Delta Delta sorority set back recruitment videos four decades, the ladies of Ohio State's Delta Gamma chapter are here to show you how sorority recruitment videos are to be executed. Well played, ladies, well played.


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JakeBuckeye's picture

Oh no, cue the creepy-back-scratching-old-man side of the 11 Warriors commentariat... :/

FitzBuck's picture

Good editing.  

Fitzbuck | Toledo - Ohio's right armpit | "A troll by any other name is still a troll".

BamaBuckeye144's picture

God, I am old.

OH-IO!

Lawver_5's picture

I went to high school with one of the girls in the video, they're getting a ton of attention for making this video, I'm impressed

mh277907's picture

Pretty impressive. Though, I think that DG at FSU take the cake...

buckeyebobcat

OSUnathen's picture

From looks it seems to be a large collection of bimbo's. I'll stick with our mid-western, intellectually superior OSU gals. 

osu07asu10's picture

From looks it seems to be a large collection of bimbo's. I'll stick with our mid-western, intellectually superior OSU gals.

The video was well made but don't let it fool you...all of the DGs are a massive collection of bimbos...

"They don't know what they don't know." - Coach Mick

HighBallAce's picture

And your point is?..

osu07asu10's picture

That all DGs are bimbos?

"They don't know what they don't know." - Coach Mick

Boxley's picture

Ehhh. Not one piece of FSU gear, clothing , signage, so how do you even know by this video what school they attended? Kind of a just look at me video with no school ties. no school spirit.
Now there is no doubt what school the tOSU delta's went to by their video. So.........
IMHO the tOSU Delta video was far superior.

"...the man who really counts in the world is the doer, not the mere critic-the man who actually does the work, even if roughly and imperfectly, not the man who only talks or writes about how it ought to be done." President T. Roosevelt

cronimi's picture

Not one piece of FSU gear, clothing

Whadda ya mean?? Almost all of them are in cutoff jeans! Isn't that the official school wardrobe??

CALPOPPY's picture

Not quite. The official state of Florida pants are jorts. So close, but not quite the same.

I'm a hurtin' buckaroo.

Buckeyeneer's picture

Yup, those FL folk take their jorts seriously.
EDIT: Photo removed. Totally missed the abusive vibe this picture sent. Apologies.

"Because the rules won't let you go for three." - Woody Hayes

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okiebuck's picture

With of course the requisite tank top..

"Fate has cards that it don't want to show"

Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

Having spent the better part of a week in an FSU sorority house two decades ago I must say that the standards have dropped.

NoVA Buckeye's picture

Love me some DG's ;)

The offseason begins when your season ends. Even then there are no days off.

toad1204's picture

I know a frat looking for a sorority to team up with for Greek week...

Nothing like dancing on the field in 02... 

Baroclinicity's picture

"Oh no... not the Omega Mu's!"

When you're holding a hammer, everything looks like a nail.

HighBallAce's picture

The VIP's.....lol
A little off topic but I remember being a little kid and watching Revenge of the Nerds and Porks and thinking it was the best porn a boy could watch. Now a days, it's hardly rated R.....lol

umbyosu's picture

Nobody beats the Tri-Lams!

BuckToAsT's picture

Way better than the sorority I was a part of in college:

chibuck's picture

They need to show more of these fans at the games. Also, I sure do miss college...

45has2's picture

No kidding, I'm tired of the fat middle aged guys in ridiculous outfits and face paint. Show some hot coeds.

"I don't like nice people. I like tough, honest people." -W.W. Hayes

BuckAlum35's picture

I guess the sign out front that said "Pay Money to Make Friends" just wasn't cutting it anymore huh?.....

albinomosquito's picture

We don't buy our friends, we just lease them for 4 (or 6) years...
But seriously, my fraternity experience was some of the best times of my life.  I made some incredible friends, including 5 out of 6 of my groomsmen.  The networking connections landed me a very well paying internship while in college, and eventually led to my current career.  I met my wife through the Greek system (she was in a sorority).  I had the opportunity to travel around the country to attend fraternity conferences, including leadership seminars, money management programs, alumni networking meet and greets, and philanthropic opportunities, all at the fraternity's expense with the help of scholarships.  Through the fraternity, I gained a valuable support system and a family away from home.  Mandatory study hours and other brothers who shared similar courses of study helped to keep my grades on track.  I was elected to leadership positions within the fraternity which eventually led to leadership positions on campus, which certainly doesn't hurt on a resume.
I loved every second of my fraternity days, and I don't regret the cost one bit (and it really wasn't that much).  Regardless, I think the values and experiences that I gained were well worth it.
By focusing on the social activities only, you simply add to the stereotypes of fraternity men/sorority women.
 

  • There are over 9 million Greek members nationally
  • Of the nation’s 50 largest corporations, 43 are headed by fraternity men.
  • 85% of the Fortune 500 executives belong to a fraternity.
  • 40 of 47 U.S. Supreme Court Justices since 1910 were fraternity men.
  • 76% of all Congressmen and Senators belong to a fraternity.
  • Every U.S. President and Vice President, except two in each office, born since the first social fraternity was founded in 1825 have been members of a fraternity.
  • 63% of the U.S. President’s Cabinet members since 1900 have been Greek.
  • A National Conference report shows a high percentage of the 4,000 NIC fraternity chapters are above the All-Men’s scholastic average on their respective campuses.
  • A U.S. Government study shows that over 70% of all those who join a fraternity/sororitiy graduate, while under 50% of all non-fraternity/sorority persons graduate.
  • Less than 2% of an average college student’s expenses go toward fraternity dues. (U.S. Office of Education)
  • Over 85% of the student leaders on some 730 campuses are involved in the Greek community.
  • 1 st Female Senator was Greek
  • 1 st Female Astronaut was Greek
  • All of the Apollo 11 Astronauts are Greek
  • Over $7 million is raised each year by Greeks nationally
  • The Greek system is the largest network of volunteers in the US, with members donating over 10 million hours of volunteer service each year
  • 71% of those listed in “Who’s Who in America” belong to a fraternity
  • As Alumni, Greeks give approximately 75% of all money donated to universities
  • There are 123 fraternities and sororities with 9 million members total
  • There are 750,000 undergraduate members in 12,000 chapters on more than 800 campuses in the USA and Canada

http://thefraternityadvisor.com/greek-life-statistics/
 
Educate yourself before making an ignorant comment.

JohnnyKozmo's picture

Great Post here.  The guys I pledged with are still some of my best friends, and that was 10yrs ago.  It's a shame only the negative gets focused on when it comes to Greek Life.  .  

Go1Bucks's picture

2nd largest network of volunteers.

Go Bucks!

southbymidwest's picture

I agree, albinomosquito. OSU daughter was in a sorority at OSU, and loved it. Their senior bar crawl tshirts said "If I paid for my friends, I didn't pay enough." She graduated last year, and misses OSU, her sorority sisters, and game day Saturdays quite a bit. And Beat the Clock at the O.
As to money, living in the house was comparable money-wise to living in the dorms with a meal plan. After that, the other dues were about the same cost as her expenses that she had while she played on the women's club lacrosse team. So ehh, it was pretty reasonable as far as we were concerned. She was happy, involved, did very well in her major, and graduated on time.
And not all DGs are bimbos. This OSU freshman class has an average ACT score of 28.5, which is the top 9% of all ACT takers. Bimbos usually don't get into OSU any more. Now that doesn't mean that some girls with do the faux bimbo "oooh you're so big and strong and smart, could you help me with my calculus" stuff. Her DG friends were mainly Nursing and Business majors. Nursing at OSU is a sonofagun of a difficult major, with incredibly high gpa requirements for admittance into the College of Nursing. Yes, there were also girls with easier majors, but what house doesn't have that?
OK, I will now jump off my soapbox.
 

Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

Educate yourself before making an ignorant comment.

Quoting un-sourced claims from a site pushing fraternities isn't 'educating' oneself.

UrbanAssaultVehicle's picture

It costs money to go to college...you make friends at college...you pay money for friends.  I paid dues for almost every club/group I was a part of.

tennbuckeye19's picture

Is it wrong that I've watched this video 8 times already?

Oyster's picture

It's no worse than the fact that I can't wait to get home from work so I can see what all the hub bub is about.  Filters, probably a good thing.  That's what I tell myself.

Unky Buck's picture

Why the sarcasm font? Don't play it off like you haven't watched it 8 times, Tenn.

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Oyster's picture

His wife has an account here!

Unky Buck's picture

Yikes! Sorry for outing you, Tenn. Next time I'll just play it off like you only watched it 5 times.

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Unky Buck's picture

Jesus Mary Mother of God, are you fast forwarding through each one? Slow down...take your time...maybe give Dr. Kenneth Noisewater and James Westfall a bit of a break.

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Oyster's picture

He probably has his favorite parts bookmarked and he goes right to them?  Over and over and over?

Unky Buck's picture

Let's be honest, though, who doesn't do that? The part with the girls running? Yep, bookmarked!

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Oyster's picture

I never saw that part, because I love my wife and I am very happy...

Unky Buck's picture

Wait, sarcasm font?...

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Oyster's picture

Good catch Unky, too bad I can't edit that away now, because my wife has an account also.  I love sleeping on the couch, did I ever tell you that?

PG_BUCK's picture

I had to sneak out the back of that sorority house a time or two.

Go BUCKS!

Oyster's picture

I hate you.  I don't even know you, but I know I hate you.  No offense, just stating it like it is.

BuckToAsT's picture

Really? Sneaking in was always my problem . . .

hit_the_couch's picture

I see one chick in the vid had more than one chin. It's good to see they're discriminating based on weight. Still don't understand the point of Greek life especially the costs involved.

And then I told her...i'm no weatherman, but tonight's forecast is calling for several inches!

NoVA Buckeye's picture

The offseason begins when your season ends. Even then there are no days off.

AAStagg's picture

There should be Warning Labels on 11W for videos like this one.  I got chest pains and my left arm went numb watching this.  There are elderly men on here, for God's sake.  Be more careful next time!

Keep calm.  It's only a game.

SoCalBuck26's picture

Oh DGs.  I remember getting kicked out by the house mom b/c I was so drunk I passed on the couch covered in my Apollo's gyro, which never made it in my mouth.  To be in my early 20's again and getting drunk at noon with no shame.

PittBuckeye's picture

The key is to drink fast enough that the shame can't kick in before you don't care about it. Sneaking up on the shame is the trick.

Chief B1G Dump's picture

Easy DGs back in my day. I was not in the greek system but hung out with quite a few DGs. Plenty of sex, droogs, and rock-n-roll.

KennyRdBuckeye's picture

That happened to me too after mirror lake night of 2010 except I had Canes.  My gf at the time was a member they were all hot then too, really out kicked my coverage. 

If you will it, it is no dream 

Oyster's picture

Wait!  This is OBVIOUSLY a FAKE!  I have seen Animal House and Revenge of the Nerds.  No pillow fights?  What kind of Sorority is this?
You can find the NSFW links yourself if you want to see what a real Sorority is like.
(STEENSN Lives!)

yoderdame's picture

My daughter has fewer years before she could be in a video like this than I have years since I graduated. Man, do I feel old. Also, GD, I miss college!

bigbadbuck's picture

Outstanding!     I imagine this can do nothing but help any recruiting effort the Buckeyes put forth!

Gentlemen, you can't fight in here its a war room

Norwalk's picture

Just wondering? When was the last time you had to knock on your own door to get in the house? 

Grande Gustavo's picture

Funny enough, earlier today to get into my fraternity house at Ohio State.

The answer may not be at the bottom of a bottle, but it never hurts to check. 

Go1Bucks's picture

I was thinking that too... only during the game I would think.

Go Bucks!

JohnnyKozmo's picture

Brand New Member, here, first comment.  So I live in Maryland (stoked about games in Baltimore and College Park this year).  This video is impressive, for a variety of reasons.  I don't get to see too many females wearing OSU garb, let alone in a sweet dance circle.  
 
On a related note, I just found out a buddy of mine is getting a surprise "21st" b-day party, except he was 21 14 years ago.  It's a fraternity/college themed party, complete with an ice luge.  PHI ALPHA!!!

Grande Gustavo's picture

SAE at OSU? If so Phi Alpha brother!

The answer may not be at the bottom of a bottle, but it never hurts to check. 

JohnnyKozmo's picture

No, Salisbury University, it's on the eastern shore of Maryland.  Phi Alpha anyways!!!

Nappy's picture

I liked the one wearing all the Buckeye gear.

Fan of bacon since 1981

One Bad Buckeye's picture

"I'm One Bad Buckeye, and I approve this message."

EddieG27's picture

After watching these videos only 1 thing comes to mind.......Why did i ever graduate!

Olemissbuckeye's picture

DG's seem more diverse than they were back in my day. And by diverse I mean no longer 97% blonde.

IBLEEDSCARLETANDGRAY's picture

I graduated college in 1996 and the sorority girls looked NOWHERE near as good as they did in that video. Dammit.

"Sherman ran an option play right through the south" - Greatest Civil War analogy EVER.

BrewstersMillions's picture

I dated a girl who was a very active member, and eventual president of Alpha Xi Delta-The sorority that actually resides right next to the Delta Gamma house. As a result, I was deeply involved in the Greek system (nearly the Fuzzy man of the year two years in a row). I found the whole thing to be pretty hypocritical. Most people who went Greek are quick to point out the good that they do, as well as the people who were Greek who went on to bigger and better things. Sure, plenty of CEO types were Greek. That is establishing a causual relationship between the two things (being Greek, then being a CEO) that isn't fair, just, or true. I also saw first hand how catty both guys and girls were. Sure you were all in the system doing great things but my lord, bring up the wrong three letter combination and a verbal war of Bloods and Crypts proportions would ensue. There was the fat sorority, the poor one, the slutty one, the ugly one, the whatever one. The cool fraternity, the laid back fraternity, the animal house fraternity (they all claimed this. None came close), the coke head fraternity, and so on. It was one gigantic stereotype. I'm sure I'm offending some of the Greeks out here but I was close enough to it every weekend of my collegiate career (shame on me) that I feel I can judge it fairly. I worry that anyone who used the term brother or sister never really got to experience having a brother or sister-I get it when firemen or police or military folk say it...but Greeks? Come on.

Do I come off as arrogant? Shame on me, I was hoping it would more obvious.

southbymidwest's picture

Really Brewster? Do you think this kind of sorting, classifying and figuring out who is where on the totem pole of life is strictly a Greek thing?  Eighteen to twenty one year olds are often catty, hypocritical beings. (I know a lot of forty year olds that are the same way, by the way.) And? Jealousy, insecurity, competition are pretty close to the surface. It can even be applied to football fans. What do we think of our competitors on the gridiron? We "bleed scarlet and grey." We "hate TSUN." We tell ourselves that SEC schools are academically inferior and they are cheaters. Or how superior OSU football is to some other BIG teams. I could go on. How is that different?
I can tell you that it goes on in all organizations once you have three or more people involved. Even charitable organizations that have admirable goals.
Guys categorize women all the time. Skinny, fat, too tall, ginger... the list goes on.
And no, you can't judge Greek life fairly. We are all a product of our experiences and it colors our perceptions. You have your experience, others have theirs. Simply because it wasn't for you does not give you the right to decree that someone else, by dint of being a Greek, is doing it wrong.
My daughter has a sibling, she knows the difference thank you very much. And if she wants to call her sorority friends who she became very close to as her sisters, then why the hell should that bother you? Why do you care?
 

BrewstersMillions's picture

Do you think this kind of sorting, classifying and figuring out who is where on the totem pole of life is strictly a Greek thing? 

I do not. Which is sort of my point. I thought the idea is that the Greek system makes better men and women out of the people who pay to sign up. You're saying its normal so its ok that it occurs in a structured, regimented fashion.

We "bleed scarlet and grey." We "hate TSUN." We tell ourselves that SEC schools are academically inferior and they are cheaters. Or how superior OSU football is to some other BIG teams. I could go on. How is that different?

I didn't have to pay monthly or yearly fees to be an Ohio State fan.

And no, you can't judge Greek life fairly

So if my opinion is different than yours, its wrong. How very Greek of you.

And if she wants to call her sorority friends who she became very close to as her sisters, then why the hell should that bother you? Why do you care?

It doesn't bother me. The idea of a system designed on exclusionary practices is the problem. I don't like you because you either didn't accept our bid or didn't get one. If you mean to tell me that all the fraternity and sorority besties in the whole wide world out there would have been friends minus the Greek system, I'll back my stance down. People in those organizations liked each other because sometimes they had to.
Was it all bad? Of course not. AXD had a really cool fundraiser that went to a really good cause. There is nothing wrong with the good that they did or do. But that doesn't outweigh the underlying idea that it is a system built upon being told no to make it popular. It is an easy fall back "You aren't XXX material". Which ultimately means-you are either too ugly, fat, poor, or stupid in our eyes to join.
Before the arrogant come to say this sounds like sour grapes, check yourself. I neither applied to or ever showed interest in any Greek system at OSU. My thoughts about the topic are strictly based on what I saw for 3.5 years.

Do I come off as arrogant? Shame on me, I was hoping it would more obvious.

southbymidwest's picture

Brewster-I am not Greek. Wasn't my thing at OSU. I have Greek members in my family though, in addition to my daughter. Older daughter went to an SEC school, went through Rush, and found it to be claustrophobic. I didn't care one way or the other. Just wanted them to be happy and productive.
That being said, it came across to me that you were saying that only Greeks are are the ones who classify. My take was that everyone does it, one way or another. It is human nature. As to paying to do so, or it being a structured way to reject those who don't "fit", were you ever on a sports team? My kids were, and were subject to a draft to determine which team they would be on. And that included 4th grade town soccer. Those who weren't as coordinated as others had no shot at the more select travel teams-they were not invited to try out. 
You don't have to pay to be an OSU fan? True. BUT those who buy OSU sports-based gear, pay for tickets, pay their cable carrier extra for the BIG channel sports package, subscribe to pay websites geared to the Buckeyes, pay. It is available to them and it is their option to do so. Some do, some don't.
 
"And no, you can't judge Greek life fairly"
"So if my opinion is different than yours, its wrong. How very Greek of you."
Way to not include the whole statement which was: "And no, you can't judge Greek life fairly. We are all a product of our experiences and it colors our perceptions. You have your experience, others have theirs. Simply because it wasn't for you does not give you the right to decree that someone else, by dint of being a Greek, is doing it wrong." I think it is pretty self-explanatory. Live and let live. Not your thing? Fine. You have your opinion based on YOUR experience, as I ahve with mine. Neither one of us can judge "fairly" because to me, that means that one has had no involvement to color one's judgment.
And yes, my daughter is still besties with some of the girls she knew in her sorority. As I stated, she misses them. She would have been friends with them regardless of where she met them. That was the vehicle that allowed her to meet and become friends with them. She also has close friends that were not in sororities. She misses them also. She isn't as shallow as you are trying to paint sorority girls, sorry. Were there girls that she disliked in the sorority? Yes. Were there girls on her dorm floor or her lacrosse team or her business clubs that she disliked? Yes. But she had learned a while back how to coexist with people that she didn't like. Shrug.
I guess my question would be, if you feel that the Greek system is not a good thing, and you felt that way then, how could you have been up for consideration for their man of the year two times? Wouldn't that have bothered you as you found the system to be fundamentally flawed?
Oh, and by the way, I did not downvote your original post-not my thing.

Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

I worry that anyone who used the term brother or sister never really got to experience having a brother or sister-I get it when firemen or police or military folk say it...but Greeks? 

I actually got into a huge relationship ending argument with a GF on that subject.
She was in a sorority and claimed frat members had a bond that was the same as that which I share with the Marines I served in combat with. 

albinomosquito's picture

I have 6 younger brothers and sisters.  I know the difference between siblings and friends.  My fraternity brothers, and my pledge brothers in particular, are some of the closest bonds of friendship that I have ever formed.  They truly are family to me.  My daughter calls all of them "Uncle" and they've earned that right.  And I'm sorry, dating a sorority member is not the same as being in the organization.
From the inside out, it's hard to explain.  From the outside in, it's impossible to understand.
Every group has their idiots.  We (OSU fans) all try very hard to disassociate with the fringe crazys in our fan base.  They get the attention and give the rest of us a bad name.  It's no different for Greek organizations.  95% of us are hard working adults that joined these organizations for the right reasons:  To live the values of the organization, to become a better man/woman, and to better position ourselves for life after college.

Oyster's picture

Why don't they ever make movies that depict the frats/sororities that you described?

albinomosquito's picture

Because it doesn't make for a good story..

BrewstersMillions's picture

How has joining a fraternity made you a better person after college?

Do I come off as arrogant? Shame on me, I was hoping it would more obvious.

albinomosquito's picture

Absolutely.  I learned a lot through my fraternity experiences that have had a direct impact on my career and community involvement.

BrewstersMillions's picture

That doesn't really answer my question. I learned a lot through my collegiate experience that has had a direct impact on my career and community involvement. I didn't need a fraternity to teach me things I learned on my own.

Do I come off as arrogant? Shame on me, I was hoping it would more obvious.

Oyster's picture

Maybe it answers your question more than you think.  Consider what you wrote and what his response was.  Ponder that for a minute.

albinomosquito's picture

Sorry, I missed the "how".. Not enough coffee.
I was afforded several opportunities through the fraternity that I wouldn't have had otherwise.  For example, I was the president of my chapter, and while that may not seem so impressive now, it taught me a lot about management.  Keeping 50 19-23 year olds under control, maintaining a $40k budget, meeting accreditation (paperwork) deadlines, event planning, etc. while keeping up with a social life and school work.  It was a job, and it was stressful.  And believe it or not, these experiences have translated well to my professional career, though obviously on a much different scale.
That's great that you found those opportunities elsewhere.  The problem is, there are a lot of kids that don't have the drive to find those experiences.  I'm not sure I would have found them had I not found the fraternity first.  Fraternities aren't for everyone, I get that, but unless you've been in the organization putting in the work, I don't see how you can sit there throwing stones.
I'm sorry that you had a bad experience with Greeks.  I'm not trying to recruit you.  I'm simply asking that you not feed the stereotype.  Yes, sororities have their "bimbos" and fraternities have their "drunk frat guys", but the majority of us work very hard to shake those negative images.

Buckeyeneer's picture

Appreciate your insight, that said, I don't feel you need to be in a frat to have those strong friendships and lifelong bonds. I was not, and everything you said about your frat brothers I would say about the people who I was close to in college. Bonds are forged by time and shared experiences, both good and bad. I don't have a problem with fraternities or sororities but you certainly don't need to join one to get these extremely tight relationships you speak of.

"Because the rules won't let you go for three." - Woody Hayes

THE Ohio State University

albinomosquito's picture

Agreed.  I'm sure any campus club or organization promotes the same bonds.  Football teams, Car clubs, Swim team, Engineering Society, etc.  Most of those campus clubs also require dues to be paid....  It's not the friends that you pay for.  It's the experiences, and I think that's where the Greek life gets lost on non-Greeks.  You only see the Hollywood Greeks that are drinking, and partying, and banging, and what not, but there is much more to it.  I wouldn't have joined either if that was all they had to offer.  

Armybuck925's picture

Just out of curiosity..is there such thing as an unattractive DG? Out of sheer boredom looked at several of their recruiting videos from around the nation and they were all HOT!!!

hansman's picture

And for my last wish, I'd like to repeat college.

buckeyefanatic's picture

I want to marry the girl rocking the Gamble jersey. And I don't even remember what she looked like but I'm pretty sure it is a safe bet.

How many batteries does it take to beat Michigan football?   1AA
Want to beat Michigan? There's an App for that.

UrbzRenewal's picture

Could also probably double as a football recruiting video. The DGs are pretty great.

Ugly Hour Chazz Bear's picture

Knowing a few of these girls...in general they are at OSU for an Mrs degree...not the brightest of the bunch.
 
And how could this be a possible recruiting tool?  Every SEC school outside of Vandy has better looking girls than OSU.  A lot of the Pac-12/Big 12/ACC schools as well...

I like the bux.

Hovenaut's picture

I'm sure this has been a hit across campus.....

I am not very smart, but I recognize that I am not very smart.

Buckeyebrowny919's picture

I'd take a few of these ladies out for a nice seafood dinner.

To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift - Steve Prefontaine

Unky Buck's picture

But the question remains, will you ever call them again?

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Buckeyebrowny919's picture

Depends on the dessert

To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift - Steve Prefontaine

Unky Buck's picture

Hey, those girls are saints!!!

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ChazBuckeye's picture

There wasn't one non-hot chick in that video...

Some people think we’re the hunted.I don’t feel that way at all.We’re the hunter.Everybody wants an angry football team.Everybody wants a team on edge and a hungry team.If you’re a hunter,that usually equates to being hungry.

stittracer99's picture

Damn, that Duke video was just plain unwatchable. They should have listened to Kirk Lazarus