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Buckeyes coach rides horse, makes fun of Spartans


It’s not very often that college football coaches get to just have fun at practice during the middle of an intense season. With the Ohio State Buckeyes being undefeated, I think them having a little fun is warranted.

At Thursday night’s practice, after former president Bill Clinton stopped by for a minute, tight ends coach Tim Hinton rode a horse onto the field. He started quoting Leonidas from “300” saying that they “must protect The Shoe”, but let them know that they were not in the same land as the people in the movie.


Columbus certainly isn’t Sparta. The Buckeyes hope to have a victory like the Persians did in the movie.

The game against Michigan State kicks off at 3:30 and will be televised on ABC.

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