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Weekend Visitors from Texas A&M

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by edwardsk2003, Sep 21, 2011.

  1. jwinslow

    jwinslow You know... not... GOOD! Staff Member

    That isn't the tradition I frown upon.
  2. Zander42

    Zander42 audibles while riding a triceratops

    Isn't the front lobby open to the public? This is where the trophies and "wall of fame" are. It has been open the last few times I've been by. It's only one room, but if they are walking south on Olentangy R. Rd. it's worth stopping in.
  3. Gatorubet

    Gatorubet Banned

    Why do you hate the adult film industry?
  4. Basebuck

    Basebuck In Texas..

    Haha. I only like the adult films that don't involve male cheerleaders... excuse me... yell leaders. NTTAWWT

    The few times I've been to Kyle Field I got a little weirded out by some of the traditions. It started when I saw the people in front of me bend over, put there arms around each other, and start swaying.
  5. Gollum22

    Gollum22 Long Time Buckeye


    If you do go to German Village, try Mohawk Grill (inexpensive, down the street from Schmidt's), Lindys or Barcelona (both are pricey but good). Wings Over Columbus on Lane Avenue has great takeout wings. I heartily recommend the pre- and post-game tailgate behind the Varsity Club.
  6. jwinslow

    jwinslow You know... not... GOOD! Staff Member

    Oh you might be right. I don't,think there is any public parking but a walk past it might work.

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