As part of the Buckeye Nation, you’ve shaken the ‘Shoe, gathered on the Oval and experienced the frigid waters of Mirror Lake in fall. Don the Scarlet and Gray and carry on THE Ohio State University tradition. O-H!
The Horseshoe. The House that Harley Built. Or simply the ‘Shoe. Whatever you choose to call it, Ohio Stadium is home.
Celebrate the heart and soul of Buckeye football—and a point of pride for over half-a-million OSU alums—with our super soft Homecoming tee. From Welcome Week to bowl season, this number will have you singing "Carmen Ohio" as loud as Brutus, Block O and The Best Damn Band in the Land. Because when you’re a Buckeye, there’s no place like home.
Ohio State’s fight song “Across the Field” was written in 1915 by student William A. Dougherty, Jr., 12 years after school song “Carmen Ohio.”
While “Carmen Ohio” perfectly expresses the revere all Buckeyes have for their alma mater, Dougherty Jr. felt it didn’t embody the necessary notes to amp up the Scarlet and Gray before stomping the gridiron, thus he took it upon himself to write and add the now-classic “Across the Field” to the catalogue.
It’s proven so popular it’s been co-opted in differing forms by a range of schools. But despite its widespread riffs, the song remains a Buckeye original. Warm up your voice and get ready to bolster your Buckeyes across the field with this super-soft Scarlet and Gray classic.
Howard “Hopalong” Cassidy. Archie Griffin. Keith Byars. Eddie George. Ezekiel Elliott.
Ohio State’s legacy of fleet-footed, tackle-breaking, touchdown-scoring running backs is among the finest in the history of college football. Pay homage to the game-breakers of the past (and the future). Go Bucks!
Come winter, Buckeyes basketball brings the heat like this classic brings the warmth. The Bucks have been to the Big Dance in every decade since the 1930s, a feat only one other school has been able to match.
The NutHouse, Value City Arena’s student section, keeps the at-capacity crowd on its feet in true Scarlet and Gray fashion. Visiting teams beware, because in old Ohio there's a team that's known throughout the land...(we’ll let you finish it.) O-H!