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Ohio State’s ‘Not Just a Football School’ and we’ve got the t-shirt to prove it

Order yours now, so you can be rocking it when OSU cuts down the nets on April 5.

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Friends, I know that between the news, weather, and the weight of a year-long pandemic, you might have avoided looking at the calendar as much as possible recently, but I am here to tell you that we are officially halfway through March. And if you’ve been in a post-football stupor, you might not yet have realized that Ohio State has a pretty darn good men’s basketball team this season.

Yes, they have a tendency to let double-digit leads fade late in the second half, and yes, they lost their final four regular season games, but they are still — without a doubt — one of the best teams in the country, as evidenced by knocking off No. 4 Purdue and No. 1 Michigan in (unnecessarily) dramatic fashion in the quarters and semis of the Big Ten Tournament the past two days.

This afternoon at 3:30 p.m. ET, they will take on No. 2 Illinois in the tournament championship game with a potential No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament on the line. So, with the OSU football team having already played for a national title this season, now seems as good of a time as any to remind everybody that Ohio State is not just a football school; and we are doing it in the best way that we know how... with a t-shirt!

Get your “Not Just a Football School” t-shirt HERE!

This premium, lightweight blended crewneck from BreakingT is durable, yet ultra-soft, and offers a unisex-sized snug fit. And, longtime LGHL followers might recognize this dandy, as we are pulling it out of the vault for a re-release, because despite popular opinion, OSU has always been a multi-sport school!

So, order your shirt (or one for the entire extended family) now so that you can be proudly rocking it when the Buckeyes cut down the nets on April 5 after winning the program’s second men’s basketball national championship!