Nov. 12, 2016
The Ohio State University Department of Athletics will hold an equipment sale from 9-11 a.m. Saturday inside French Field House.
Buckeye fans will have the opportunity to purchase selected items from football, hockey, lacrosse, tennis among other additional teams.
All items will be sold on a first-come-first-served, in-person basis. Multiple item purchases are permitted, but select gear (i.e. football helmets, hockey helmets and sweaters) will be limited in number per person. There are no football jerseys or 1916 alternate uniform items for sale Saturday.
All sales are final. Cash, check and credit card payment will be accepted. Prices may vary depending on the item. Dependent on crowd size, access to the building may be restricted.
Parking will be $5 in the North French Field House, South French Field House and Converse Hall lots. Visitors parking in unattended lots should use hourly `Pay By Plate’ machines .
Funds generated from the equipment sale Saturday help support the Huntington Bank Bucks Go Pro student-athlete professional career development program and the overall mission of the Ohio State Department of Athletics and its more than 1,000 Student-Athletes competing each academic year.
ADDITIONAL NOTE: There will be no “layaway” policy. Purchased items immediately become property of the individual customer.
Brutus50 Bobbleheads: Bring ’em out, bring ’em out
Just added to the inventory is the exclusive set of six bobblehead dolls commemorating Brutus Buckeye’s 50th birthday celebrated in 2015. Individual dolls will be on sale for $10 each and complete sets for $50, a savings of $10 by purchasing an entire set. There will be limitations on purchases per person. Please see the price/inventory listing Friday evening.
About Ohio State Athletics
The Ohio State University Department of Athletics sponsors 36 fully funded varsity teams — 17 for women, 16 for men and three co-educational. The department is committed to providing its more than 1,000 student-athletes with the finest in academic and athletics support in order to ensure a quality and life-enhancing experience. The Department of Athletics is completely self-supporting and receives no university monies, tax dollars or student fees.