Cruise 26.2 miles of the Midwest’s best terrain in perfect, crisp, fall weather. Now held every October and raising millions for charities located in the Greater Columbus area, the event has hosted more than 250,000 runners over its 35-year history.
And the course’s cloverleaf design allows spectators to catch up with their favorite pavement-pounders throughout the entire race. For those pushing their personal bests, it doesn’t get better than a quick run through Ohio Stadium midway through the race.
Suit up to shatter your expectations while catching Discovery City landmarks along the way.
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.
With more than 13,000 donning the Red and Blue and shaking UD Arena, little compares to basketball season at Dayton. And always one of the most anticipated games, the heated contest between Dayton and in-state rival Xavier dates back to the 1920s.
The rivalry reached another level in 1980 when the Blackburn/McCafferty trophy was created to honor former Dayton coach Tom Blackburn and former Xavier coach Jim McCafferty who each were instrumental in building their respective programs. The coveted trophy is awarded to the winning team after each game. Although the Musketeers hold the advantage since the inception of the trophy, your Dayton Flyers still lead the all-time series. Gear up for the game and give ‘em that Red Scare with this super-soft hoodie that’s 100% Dayton—just like you. Go UD!
Since 1885—the first season Cincy fielded a gridiron squad—the University of Cincinnati has scored eight bowl game wins and 13 conference titles.
And with one of the 10 best winning percentages in Division I college football since 2007, your Bearcats have been rewriting the school’s record books. Pay homage to a tradition that has produced 90 pro players and 35 All-Americans, and don’t miss a minute of action down at Nippert Stadium. Ohhhh, ohhhh, UC!
After crushing consistent MAC-powerhouses Miami University and Ohio U 45-3 and 49-0 in the 2013 football season, your Bowling Green Falcons landed the MAC’s East Division and headed to the conference championship in pursuit of their 11th title.
Their opponent? The two-time defending MAC Champs and 18th-ranked Northern Illinois Huskies, who were running an undefeated record in their last 25 conference games.
Despite the Huskies entering as heavy favorites, your Falcons were hardly intimidated, having notched a 9-3 regular-season behind the unrelenting arm of quarterback Matt Johnson. And once Johnson’s gunslinging began in the championship game, there was no ceasefire. He connected for 393 yards and five touchdowns to architect one of the greatest upsets in MAC Championship history, baging BG its first MAC title in more than 20 years. Don’t let the cold keep you from watching your Falcons take #12 down at Doyt Perry Stadium. Ay Ziggy Zoomba!
1948: the illustrious year that tipped off your Kentucky Wildcats’ basketball reign. 18 seasons into the coaching tenure of incomparable Adolph Rupp—the Baron of the Bluegrass, the namesake of Kentucky’s current hoops arena—your Kentucky Wildcats captured their inaugural NCAA basketball national championship with a 36-3 record.
Led by the “Fabulous Five,” starters Ralph Beard, Alex Groza, Wallace Jones, Cliff Barker and Kenny Rollins, the Wildcats delivered a 58-42 decisive dismantling of Baylor in the NCAA tournament championship game. And Kentucky wouldn’t have to wait another 18 seasons to get back in the winner’s circle. The following year, they defended their title and would add another two to their haul under Rupp. As for the Blue and White legend, he retired from his 41-season Kentucky coaching career in 1972 with an astounding .822 winning percentage and the most wins of any men’s collegiate basketball coach, the latter later surpassed and now held by Harry Statham.