Buckeyes vs. Marquette on a Naval Ship?

May 25, 2012 at 9:20a    by Chris Lauderback    
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BuckeyeChief's picture

Hmm...a lot of things here...the Vinson is stationed in San Diego, Charleston's base is closed, and I don't know where a carrier willl fit.
The biggest thing here is I WILL BE ON DEPLOYMENT AND UNABLE TO GO!!!!!
 
(yes I know I haven't posted in awhile, work is crazy. I am still alive though.)

 

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BuckeyeSki's picture

Great to hear from you Chief!

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SC Buckeye's picture

The buzz down here has been that they are going to hold in on the USS Yorktown.  It was decommisioned long ago and its being used as a museum currently.
 
http://www.live5news.com/story/17148925/next-carrier-classic-could-be-he...

buckeyeEddie27's picture

Ladies and Gentlemen.........BUCKEYECHIEF!

I know there's a game Saturday, and my ass will be there.

spqr2008's picture

The Yorktown would be really really cool to hold it on.  The history on that ship is just amazing.  The Marshalls, The Marianas (including Guam), Iwo Jima.

MilwaukeeBuck's picture

The locals here are pretty excited about getting some national exposure.  I'm not sure if they'll have the horses to stay in this one with DT and Co. 
http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/154041785.html?page=1
 

tennbuckeye19's picture

Without Crowder and Johnson-Odom there anymore, I agree, I don't Marquette will have enough to handle OSU.

Corey Carpenter's picture

My brother-in-law lives in Charleston, love visiting there. My wife and I saw Phish there for two straight nights back in 2010, but would love to pull this one off, there are some nice rooftop bars that might have a good view of the game. If you go, you have to visit Wet Willies and get a couple of "Call a Cab" slushies, will definitely get you going for the night.