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Today was Student Appreciation Practice at Ohio State — students got the chance to come and see what the Buckeyes football team has to go through each and every day. It was a very eye-opening experience for some, particularly the famous mascot Brutus Buckeye.
Brutus decided he was going to get in on some of the action and take a few snaps, but he found out quickly why he roams the sidelines on a regular basis – he got absolutely leveled by linebacker David Perkins after catching a pass across the middle. Brutus managed to shake off the hit, but left practice shaken up shortly after.
They did a practical joke at practice where Brutus caught a pass, but David Perkins hit him really hard. Knocked his head back.
— Brandon Castel (@BCastOZone) April 6, 2013
Utter defeat for Brutus. #BuckeyeFootball instagram.com/p/XxQv32H47i/
— Dylan MacDowell (@dylanmacdowell) April 6, 2013
David Perkins on tackling Brutus in practice: “See ball, get ball.”
— Jeff Svoboda (@JeffSvoboda) April 6, ...
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Someone forgot to give poor Brutus a black non-contact jersey.
Ohio State’s mascot took a snap from shotgun at the Buckeyes’ Student Appreciation Day and got leveled for his efforts. Brutus didn’t see any receivers open, so he took off to his left to scramble for a first down. Perhaps it was a lack of depth perception caused by the Brutus head that caused the mascot to miss...
Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer used the Buckeyes' open practice on Saturday to try some new things out with the team, and see how what some new faces could do when given the chance to shine.
This included giving beloved Ohio St. mascot Brutus Buckeye a chance to shine on the gridiron instead of just rallying support for the team on the sidelines. Sadly, this didn...
Brutus Buckeye, the famed Ohio State mascot must have had one wish or something. During Ohio State’s football Student Appreciation Day, Brutus was given a chance under center to run one play.
Brutus started to scramble around and got blasted by linebacker David Perkins. Much respect for Brutus, because he hopped right up.
H/T USA Today.
Recently, the fine folks at the Ohio State University had a fan appreciation day for the football team and opened the practice up to the public.
During a scrimmage between the offense and defense, the OSU mascot "Brutus the Buckeye" got a chance to play some quarterback.
Watch as he scrambles and gets laid out by linebacker David Perkins
Brutus Buckeye decided it was time to take some snaps at Ohio State football's Student Appreciation Day, which promptly turned into him getting leveled.
Ohio State added to their 2014 recruiting class Friday afternoon when they accepted the commitment of Cincinnati Moeller linebacker Sam Hubbard. He is commitment number-six to the class. Scout.com will have quotes from Hubbard coming shortly.
Ohio State forward DeShaun Thomas has decided to forego his senior season and enter the NBA Draft this summer.
Per Ohio State, junior forward Deshaun Thomas will forego his senior season and enter the NBA Draft
— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) April 5, 2013
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Saturday saw Ohio State invite the students in for practice, and several jumped at the chance to see the Buckeyes up-close and personal. FOXSportsNEXT was on hand to watch the action.
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Photos from BSB's Kevin Dye of Ohio State's April 6 Student Appreciation Day.
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