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There’s a reason they’re The Best Damn Band In The Land
There’s a reason they’re The Best Damn Band In The Land

The OSU MARCHING BAND could probably rest on their laurels with SCRIPT OHIO. It’s one of the most amazing and classic marching band formations in college history. I never get tired of seeing it performed and it’s still a crowd favorite. But kudos to OSU for constantly stepping up their game and taking marching band formations to another level.

Over the weekend at the OHIO STATE vs. IOWA game, which was also Homecoming, the band did a tribute to Michael Jackson. The highlight was when they made a formation that looked like a 150-foot Michael Jackson actually MOONWALK down the field. The video has gone viral (as well it should have). If you missed it, check it out below! Yeah, there’s a reason we’re “the best damn band in the land.” This is just one of them. Go Band!

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