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A Practical Guide to Gameday at Ohio Stadium
- Show up early for the “Skull Sessions,” in which the Ohio State Marching Band warms up fans with favorites such as “Hang on Sloopy” and “The Pride of the Buckeyes” two hours before game time.
- The marching band is taken as seriously as the football which is why they’re also known as TBDBITL, “The Best D*mn Band in the Land.” After the Skull Sessions, the band (the largest all-brass and percussion band in the country) marches across Woody Haynes Drive to make their mighty ramp entrance, and later stuns fans with their halftime Script Ohio formation (they even dot the “i”).
- Dazzle your friends with stadium facts and figures. Here’s a good start: Completed in 1922. Seating capacity: 104,944. Fourth largest stadium in the U.S. Fifth largest non-racing stadium in the entire world. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Known as “The Horseshoe” because it’s shaped like a horseshoe
- Gameday can be busy so consider public transportation for your commute to the stadium. The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) provides game day shuttle service between the Ohio Expo Center and State Fairgrounds and the OSC Campus, which operate three hours prior and two hours after the game.