There's a New Banner at WHAC

March 5, 2013 at 5:02p    by Jason Priestas    
11 Comments
A new banner, celebrating Ohio State's 12-0 season is hanging at WHAC

Going undefeated in major college football is difficult. As good as Alabama has been lately, Nick Saban has only one unbeaten season in Tuscaloosa. Ohio State has just six perfect seasons in its rich history, but luckily, two have come in the last decade.

In honor of the 2012 team's 12-0 run, a banner was hung at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center next to a banner commemorating the program's last unbeaten finish in 2002. We approve.

Source: @JerodNBC4

Comments

cplunk's picture

I do like things that say 12-0, so perfect

sharks's picture

They certainly deserve that recognition- it was a strange season to be sure, though.

The postgame show is brought to you by... Christ, I can't find it. The hell with it...

Menexenus's picture

Yea!  Glad to see the 2012 team get their banner!

Real fans stay for Carmen.

painterlad's picture

Leave room for 13.

To err is human. Really sucking requires having yellow stripes on your helmet.

Buckeyeneer's picture

Awesome. Happy that they did this.

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

THE Ohio State University

ATXbucknut's picture

I hope we run out of banner space in the coming years.

sir rickithda3rd's picture

12-0 followed by 14-0.... yes please

mark may wins douchebag of the year... again

USMC11917's picture

Love seeing the Sugar Bowl Token "Victory over the SEC" as well. I guess the NCAA will want to remove that too.

airmeyer's picture

The new one in the Atrium is even better.

Dougger's picture

Dang that's nice. Hopefully no one settles.. got some crystal balls to bring to C-bus!

I like football

CowCat's picture

There's something cool about 12-0 and 2012 having the same numbers (0,1,2) in them.
 
Hopefully 2013 will have 13 wins (with the league championship) ...
 
... and the #1 month of 2014 will bring number 14, the #1 prize.

"We get paid to score touchdowns, not kick field goals"
-- Urban Meyer