Ohio State Football Received Championship Rings Today
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On Thursday, Ohio State Football unveiled their championship rings for the 2020 season that commemorate their Big Ten title win and Sugar Bowl win over Clemson...

Per The Spun...
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The face of the ring features a diamond-laden Buckeye logo on top of four trophies representing their four-peat of Big Ten titles. On one side is the name of the player or coach along with the 22-10 final score of the Big Ten Championship win over Northwestern, with the letters coated gold.

The opposite side features the 49-28 final score of their Sugar Bowl win. It’s also coated in gold.


On the inside face of the ring are the Roman numerals for 39, representing Ohio State’s 39 Big Ten titles. The bottom side of the ring has the word “Fight,” one of head coach Ryan Day’s mantras.
(The Spun)
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18 Comments
You dumbasses do realize these are B1G Championship rings right? The same type of rings that literally every conference in the country gives out...
Reply21 days
Mickey Mouse ring
Reply21 days
Figured the four trophies were for the four games they played this year.
Reply21 days
Almost as cool as LSU’s 2nd place rings lol
Reply22 days
T0su would be 4th or 5th in the SEC.
Reply22 days
Almost as accurate as a World's #1 Dad mug, I guess.
Reply22 days
F#cking Yankees and their participation trophies for being LOSERS. I guess if that’s all you’ve got......
Reply22 days
it reminds me of the 2004 SEC CHAMPION Auburn Tigers who made themselves National Championship rings. You mean kinda like that?
22 days
So Ohio State won the championship? This is the first I’m hearing of it.
Reply22 days
I really don’t know who won it.
22 days
Lots of bitter tears here. Bama can talk shit, the rest of you: LOL
Reply22 days
There are 4 comments dude. Don’t be so sensitive.
22 days
We can talk shite all we want! Y'all keep showing up in that natty game and getting thumped by the SEC. Then you show up on an LSU board asking us not too? Why wouldn't we? Nice runner-up rings though.
22 days
Odd that they didn't put their record on the ring. I guess 7-1 or only playing five regular season games didn't seem impressive enough for a runner up ring.
22 days
Those are nice runner-up rings!
Reply22 days
Where's the one saying they lost by 4 tds to Alabama?
Reply22 days
Fields looks thrilled to do that OHIO dance.
Reply22 days
Figured they would have made the asterisk out of a larger diamond
Reply22 days
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