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Great thread, it was 1980 against either Syracuse or Illinois, but I'm not sure which because I was 7 years old. I remember several things: my mom took me; my dad was in graduate school and his professor let us use his tickets, so we were at midfield; the Bucks were down several scores at halftime because all the adults around me were pissed; I steadfastly believed, as only a child can, that the Bucks would come back and win; the other team had Orange helmets; the Bucks dominated the second half to win; and the guy next to me patted me on the head in disbelief/joy and said, "You were right!" Years later people ask me why I am such a fan of Ohio State, since I never attended OSU and grew up in Iowa, I always tell them "I was born in Ohio and my parents took turns taking me to games when I was a kid." People that have never been to Ohio Stadium don't get it. Now I'm 39 and my dad and I go to at least one game a year. Go Bucks.
Never been to one :-(
Illinois....mid 70's. Their house
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I remember it well because it was the first Game my Father took me to. We drove from Cleveland,Ohio My Father my Uncle and myself, October 6 1973 it was Ohio State vs Washington State. I was amazed because it was the time I saw a African American playing QB. Cornelius Green. One of the best times of my life...My Father is Ohio State Class of 1951 and my Uncle 1954.
I was there that day also. Sitting just off the track, close to where the band used to sit. My first game I can recall going to was the 1980 Syracuse game. Still have the program. Mike Rotunda (Mike Rotundo) played LB for Cuse. Before he became a WWF star.
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