Ohio Stadium: College Football’s Greatest Treasure

Posted by Russell Wight on July-29-2009 Add Comments

There are no mixed emotions regarding The Ohio State Buckeyes. You either love 'em or you hate 'em.

Having called Columbus home my entire life, I can emphatically say that I love 'em.

Tradition is a huge part of Ohio State football. That tradition starts with Ohio Stadium, the home of the Buckeyes affectionately referred to as "The Horseshoe."

Opened in 1922, the 'Shoe has been the site where Buckeye players, coaches, and fans have passed down those traditions to the following generation.

The longest running tradition is the marching band. Known as "The Pride of the Buckeyes" or T.B.D.B.I.T.L. (The Best Damn Band In The Land), the band brings everyone to their feet as they make their historic ramp entrance.
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