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The Ohio State marching band channeled Michael Jackson on Saturday with an incredible band-wide moonwalk. Ohio State also won the game. Hyde ran for 149 yards, including 106 and two touchdowns in the second half, to lead the Buckeyes back from a halftime deficit to a 34-24 victory over Iowa on Saturday, extending their win streak to an FBS-best 19 straight. [Continue Reading]
Ohio State has been impressive this year, but good luck topping this. The OSU Band just crushed it with this one. Imagine how much time it took to get this right. Very-well done.
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BEST OF MAXIM
Apparently it wasn’t enough for Ohio State to beat Iowa on Saturday for their 19th straight win, they also had to show how great their marching band is for the millionth time. This time the band formed a moonwalking Michael Jackson on the field during a special MJ tribute at halftime while playing such hits as “Billie Jean” and “Man in the Mirror.” Damn those talented Buckeyes...
Not much needs to be said about this one. Just enjoy.
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In case you didn't know the Ohio State University Marching Band puts on a half-time show that shouldn't be missed— here's proof.
During their latest performance — a tribute to Michael Jackson’s Bad album, released 25 years ago – the band entirely justified their claim to be The Best Damn Band in the Land.
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No. 3 Ohio State comes back to beat Iowa, 34 -24.
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