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Things just got a little sexier up in Columbus, Ohio with the Ohio State University teaming up with Victoria Secret according to the Columbus Dispatch. Victoria Secret will be producing OSU apparel for the ladies. I’m sure the Ohio State men will be happy with this move.
According to the Dispatch:
Victoria’s Secret lingerie and loungewear brand, called Pink, will expand its Collegiate Collection to include Ohio State University.
The expanded collection will be introduced in 20 Victoria’s Secret stores in Ohio and online at www.vspink.com.
So, 20 Victoria Secret stores in Ohio will sell Ohio State Buckeye apparel and you can buy it online. Combine this with an undefeated season and things are pretty good in Ohio.
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