As he prepares for his Senior Night Friday night against Akron, Ohio State men’s soccer captain Geoff Marsh answers 15 questions for OhioStateBuckeyes.com. Marsh currently has five assists this season and 13 for his career, a mark that stands as eighth all-time in the Buckeye record books.
Q. What is your cell phone ring?
A. Free Fallin (live) by John Mayer
Q. Do you have any nicknames?
A. Ace and Marky Mark
Q. Do you have any pre-game rituals or superstitions?
A. I always tape my wrists and write my grandfather’s initials on them
Q. If you could be any superhero, who would you be?
A. Superman, I have always wanted to fly
Q: Which artist takes up the most space on your iPod?
A: Dave Matthews Band
Q. Where is your favorite place at Ohio State/in Columbus?
A. All of the restaurants in German Village
Q: If you could invite three people to dinner, dead or alive, who would they be and why?
A: First, I would invite my grandpa. Second I would invite my John Rockefeller because of his business savvy. Finally, I would invite Jennifer Aniston, because would wouldn’t want to go on a date with her?
Q. If you could trade places with Coach Bluem for a day, what would you do?
A. Get all of the OSU Nike gear I could get my hands on
Q. What television show would you like to make an appearance on?
A. The old school American Gladiators … I would totally dominate
Q. What is the greatest place soccer has taken you?
A. The National Championship in Cary, North Carolina
Q. What is your worst habit?
A. Eating large pizzas… at least one per sitting
Q. Growing up playing soccer, I always pretended to be…
A. Pele or Deion Sanders if he would have played soccer
Q. If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three things would you want with you?
A. A hammock, aviators and radio
Q. If you could eat just one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Q. What does being a Buckeye mean to you?
A. Being a Buckeye means representing every single person who has ever put on a scarlet and gray jersey and all of the hard work they have put in to make Ohio State a national powerhouse in every sport.