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"O-H-I-O on the Roof of Africa"

David Canning, the 1991 and 1992 captain of Ohio State's rugby team (the first "O") stands at the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa in January, 2015. The rest of the H-I-O are his two Tanzanian climbing guides and a fellow climber. David did a 6 day climb of the highest mountain on the continent of Africa, which is at 19,341 feet. He was celebrating the news with the others at the Summit after hearing that Ohio State had just beaten Oregon for the National Champtionship just a couple hours before he reached the summit. Go Bucks!!

Labels: Africa, Alumni

"O-H-I-O" archive

It started out as a simple football cheer. But today, "O-H-I-O" means the whole package: strong athletic traditions, major school spirit, academic achievements, and outreach efforts.

Gameday O-H-I-O

Fans, band members, and even Brutus showed their Buckeye pride outside the Shoe before the Ohio State v. Minnesota game (Oct. 24, 2009).

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