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!
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!
20 years after the founding of the university, and 12 years after the formation of the TBDBITL, the Buckeyes took the football field for the first time.
Ohio State’s inaugural season in 1890 was the handy work of George Cole who convinced Alexander S. Lilley to volunteer as coach of the gridiron gladiators. And the Buckeyes’ first game win against Ohio Wesleyan set the precedent for what AP crowned the greatest collegiate football program of all time in its 2016 poll. Pay homage to the inception of one of the richest tradition in all of college sports with this crewneck, featuring the print from the original 1890 jersey.