Keels exerts more fervor doing a commercial for Montgomery Ribs than calling a Buckeye game.
Orlas also sponsored a picnic for the band every year before school started. One glorious afternoon, we would get to take off the afternoon of practice and go to Fred Beekman Park where Orlas served up Ponderosa steaks and other dishes (he owned a few of the restaurants) and took time just to talk with band members and how much he appreciated us.
There was an article in the Indianapolis sports journal that said ticket brokers were saying 65-80% of the ticket sales were Buckeye fans. I think it's going to be close to 70% Buckeye
Marcus had a false start on Ohio State's first drive.
There's this novel new contraption called the Youtubes where you actually don't have to be in person to see a band's show anymore...
Believe it or not, this show is not actually a "response" to Michigan's show. These shows are planned well in advance (we're talking March or April). All of the music and drill is written in early summer.
Michigan's band could have done a show about cheeseburgers last week and this week's show would have been the same.