The angry tomato strikes again! This time, ol’ Brutus marches across the front of this super-soft hoodie—the perfect way to rep 50 years of your most cherished mascot while Buckeye basketball heats up winter's chilly weather. Here’s to another banner season down at the Schott! Go Bucks!
It doesn’t matter if you were born and raised in the great state of Ohio, “That State Up North,” or anywhere else in U.S. (or even the world)—for college football fans, the annual Ohio State-Michigan showdown transcends geography and has become known simply as “The Game.”
Ranked as the greatest North American sports rivalry by ESPN in 2000, the two schools have been meeting at the end of the season for over a century, and have decided the Big Ten championship between themselves on 22 different occasions.
Ohio comes from a Native American word meaning "great."
The wonderful world of Ohio provides pleasure wherever you seek it. Whether it be outdoor or indoor, the facilities are immediately at hand. Forest, fields, lakes, streams, and natural wonders abound. Amusement parks, racetracks, stadiums, sport arenas, theaters and music halls are plentiful. Ohioans can enjoy Ohio's many and varied attractions only by traveling and exploring it. Beautiful Ohio beckons to all.
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.
The famous four letters of Script Ohio are the perfect way to display your Buckeye State pride.
From Cleveland to Cincy, from C-Bus to the shores of Lake Erie, we’re repping The Heart of It All in our signature super-soft style. Pay homage to a classic look that’s stood the test of time. Snag the Script - and celebrate Ohio - today.
Since 1922, Ohio Stadium (better known “The Horseshoe” or just "The 'Shoe” because of its distinctive shape) has been the home field for the Ohio State Buckeyes. When it opened, The Shoe held just over 66,000 fans; after a 2014 renovation that added more seating in the end zone, the official capacity is now 104,944, making it the fourth largest stadium in the United States and fifth largest in the world.