Found October 07, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:
This is video of the halftime performance from Ohio State’s Marching Band during halftime of their game against Nebraska. The theme was Video games (obviously) and it included memorable theme songs and tracks from Zelda, Halo, Pokemon, Tetris, and others. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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