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Ohio State Marching Band Pays Tribute to Video Games

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By HVsports on October 7, 2012


Ohio State pounded Nebraska on Saturday. The Buckeyes racked up just 17 yards and recorded zero first downs in the game’s first quarter before unloading on the Cornhuskers over the final 45 minutes.

OSU fans at The Horseshoe were treated not only to this three-quarter offensive display but to a terrific performance by The Ohio State University Marching Band at halftime. The band threw down a fun tribute to video games, including Zelda, Halo, Pokemon, Tetris, and others.

Video games + marching = exact opposite of this guy.

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