Ohio State fans came alive in the second half of Saturday’s game against Michigan State — just as their team did.
The Buckeyes defense rose to the occasion on the road, and the team took a 7-3 lead into the half. Later, in the third quarter, Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio elected to intentionally take a safety, and that proved to be the turning point, as the Buckeyes gladly took the two points, then went on to score a touchdown to break the game open.
And Buckeyes fans responded appropriately. They had quite the presence at Spartan Stadium, so they did the “O-H-I-O” chant, and it was quite loud — from all quadrants of the venue.
Buckeyes fans sure do travel well.