The Ohio State football program will be wearing some special alternate uniforms this weekend, but they will also be honoring a former Buckeyes legend against the Michigan Wolverines.
On Thanksgiving morning, Terry Glenn Jr., the son of former Ohio State wide receiver, took to social media to show off the helmet decals the Buckeyes will be wearing for Rivalry Weekend to pay tribute to his late father.
Glenn passed away on Monday, Nov. 20 in Irving, Texas at age 43 after his vehicle rolled over in a one-car accident.
Here is the decal the Buckeyes will be wearing:
The bucks are rocking these helmet stickers for my dad when we play this weekend. How awesome. Much love to all the Buckeyes out there 😤😤 pic.twitter.com/DlBnBaSDL1
— Terry Glenn (@TerryGlennJr) November 23, 2017
It’s a very touching gesture honiring Glenn, who was a First-Team All-Big Ten honoree, consensus All-American and Fred Biletnikoff winner following his impressive 1995 campaign in Columbus.
Kickoff between No. 8 Ohio State and the Wolverines is set for 12:00 p.m. ET.
Live coverage will be available on FOX and the FOX Sports Go app.
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