complete nonsense, I guess Urban needs to start eating Ice cream on the sidelines.
As many others have said, Its all I ever known.but truly fell in love with it in 1988. 9 years old and my first game in Ohio stadium. We got crushed by Illinois that day but, I loved it anyway. I remember the fans got warned for being too loud and the team almost got penalized for it. I was mesmerized by the whole experience, tailgating, Skull Session and the Band, meeting Brutus, watching the boys and sitting in the stadium I had only seen on TV up to that point. My Older Brother took me that day and was my hero after that, he taught me everything he knew about being a Buckeye, till the day he passed away in 1997. I have lived in NC since 2003 but always make it back for at least 1 game a year, sometimes 2 and never miss a game on TV. When I do get the chance to go back to a game, all the memories of that first game and all the others I attended with my brother come back and I feel like he is right there beside me. Go Bucks!
well, there is another option, he could be high and on a good trip ;)
1998.... now I must cry in my beer, thanks.
You forgot Black Jerseys, how could you forget Black Jerseys.
I'll be there, on my feet, loud as can be in Club 1.
You should get Fox Sports Ohio on every package except the cheapest one.
So real that it almost looks animated
Maybe I misunderstood what bumper music you are referring too? I appologize for giving the wrong info out. But i have used it for a week now and not had any issues with it at all.
I believe the obstructions would Start in D deck, if your tickets are clearly marked as C deck you should be fine. there are a total of 41 rows in c/d deck. so it sounds like you are right on the borderline of C and D deck.
Yeah, no bumper music at all.
How did this become iOS vs Android? I personally cannot stand Apple, but that was not the point of my post. The point was to let people know that the app had been updated and was now running very well.
Great video, I fully support and believe in Coach Meyer but I miss Jim Tressel.