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Watch this: YouTube Minecraft hero recreates Ohio Stadium complete with Script Ohio

The coolest thing you'll see all weekend.

If you're unfamiliar with the multiplatform sensation Minecraft, know this: in the game, you can build block shaped iterative versions of just about anything. Also, you will never, ever, ever get the hundreds of hours you put into it back – but you won't even care.

One intrepid YouTuber, "King Marnold"'s done one of the coolest things you'll ever see with the game: he completely recreated Ohio Stadium. In our Minecraft hero's ever pressing attention to detail, he recreated specific surrounding roads, trees, the Ohio State lockerroom, and even an accessible version of the Huntington Club. Beyond impressive.

Perhaps coolest of all, jump ahead to roughly the 7:10 mark to check out a 'redstone' version of Script Ohio. He simply presses a button and you get to see the band perform the greatest tradition in all of college football (including dotting the 'i'). King Marnold even synced up the performance to be in real time with how long it takes the actual band in a process that he said took him almost three weeks to create.

We salute you, Mr. Marnold. Stay awesome.