I live in Indianapolis. We flew out to Dallas on the Saturday before and I had commented to my wife that I wished we were flying out of Columbus so that the flight would be all Buckeyes. I was amazed that over half the plane from Indy was full of scarlet and gray clad fans. The flight attendants even gave out a few O-H's that were met with enthusiastic I-O's by the passengers.
I'm quite sure that the two on the left are the 2012 and 2013 Legends Division trophies.
Haven't gotten the email, but my tix were just loaded to my account for printing.
Just spoke to ticket office and they said they're processing all of the requests right now, should be finished no later than Thursday. All tickets will be print at home and they will send the paper tickets as souvenirs after the game.
Find a season ticket holder to get you face value tickets in the Ohio State section. I've already maxed out my requests, 2 for me and 4 for buddies, but the window is open until tomorrow morning. Tickets are $470 each.
I accidentally favorite tweets all of the time. Anyone on twitter knows how easy that is to do. He's not going anywhere. His son and family are all in Ohio.
The Mrs. and I will be there. Just finalized travel. Go Bucks!
Sadly, I believe there was severe retribution from commanding officers to many who fraternized with the enemy. Hence, no Christmas truce 1915, 1916, or 1917.
So much douchery.
Love the Block O on the collar instead of the lame athletic department logo.
I'm pretty sure I still have my stubs but I'm only willing to part with one of them (I save them as well).
Even numbered sections are East side of the stadium, and the band faces West when performing.
Not to be a prick, but that seems awfully pretentious. I chose OSU over MIT and other schools because they offered me more scholarship money and aid. It was also closer to home.
75 really smart kids started in my aerospace program and 12 made it to graduation. To make such blanket statements about a school with 50,000+ undergrads is just dumb.
Made the trip to CBus from Indy. It took us 4.5 hours to make it (normally a 2.5 hour trip). Luckily we always leave early, but i missed the skull session from the first time in 5 years. It was downright treacherous once we crossed into Ohio, and the police shut down 70 E for a couple of hours due to an accident.
They put you down initially for the highest priced option during the reservation process. The give the best seats to the donors with the most points and the rest get the "cheap" seats.
You must have missed the "F*ck Ohio" chants repeatedly coming from the student section.
Too soon man...too soon.
There is no experience in the world like watching the Buckeyes beat Michigan in the 'Shoe. Never take this for granted.
Michigan's infatuation with a big name hire will further lead them into mediocrity. It's easy to be lulled into a false sense of security by the name, but they really need to look for their own Tressel, as they did with Bo. I'm sure he's somewhere out there right now. The "no name" is what scares me more than the Harbaughs or Miles' of the world.
I've always wondered why that hasn't happened yet. Anyone know the story?