A jam-packed Saturday awaits as the Buckeyes lace ’em up against their third straight cross-over foe from the Big Ten’s west division at noon in The Shoe. Theme’s a-plenty are on tap for this mid-day matinee against Nebraska:
Each year a special Saturday in November is selected to honor those who have served to defend our country. It is a small token to pay tribute to the dedication and sacrifice of those who stand to defend our freedoms. Among the numerous festivities and tributes:
In 2015, Ohio State debuted their black alternate uniforms in a victorious 2015 night game vs. Penn State. The Buckeyes will re-introduce this look Saturday. Buckeye fans are encouraged to join in the theme and wear black Ohio State attire. New items can be found here.
⬛️ Scarlet & Gray ➡️ Black all day. ⬛️
— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) October 31, 2018
This fall Buckeye basketball legend Katie Smith was inducted in the Naismith National Basketball Hall of Fame. The 1996 Big Ten Player of the Year led the Buckeyes to the Final Four in 1993. As a pro, she won two WNBA titles and also claimed three Olympic gold medals. Upon her retirement in 2013, she was the all-time leading scorer in professional women’s basketball history. More
Always a can’t miss and a great break from the tailgate, join the Buckeyes through Skull Session at St. John Arena and then the North Rotunda into Ohio Stadium. The Buckeye Walk begins at The Blackwell at approximately 10 a.m. You won’t want to miss the thunderous entrance into St. John Arena and as TBDBITL – along with alums – warm up for Saturday’s performance.
Prior to Skull Session be sure to swing by FanFest, located just outside St. John Arena in Remembrance Park. The area offers pregame fun for all ages and also will feature live music again this year. This week, activities will get underway around 9 a.m. Also, be sure to be on the lookout to the Ohio State women’s gymnastic team performing demo routines near the Fanfest area.
Pregame is primetime but can be a bigtime hassle. Let Buckeye Park at Tailgate Club do the work while you enjoy gameday. Buckeye Park by Tailgate Club offers customizable packages to suit your unique gameday needs, catering options to make meals a breeze and a prime reserved tailgate space in Coffey Road Park – only steps from Ohio Stadium. Participants also receive a parking pass in a nearby lot for a smooth arrival into Columbus.
Learn more at OhioStateBuckeyes.com/tailgateclub