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Ohio State Fans ‘Spell Out’ with GPS — and Dot the I

August 19, 2015  - By

Four Ohio State University football fans trekked 19 miles to create the script “Ohio” logo on a GPS tracker. Even more impressive, they used Ohio Stadium as the dot on the “i,” similar to how the tuba player dots the “i” when the Ohio State marching band performs its famous “spell out” half-time routine.

Reddit user Orweezy and his friends used Google Maps to chart their spell out. “My coworker friends and [I] thought it would be cool to start off the football season by mapping and walking the Ohio Script this past weekend and using the stadium as the ‘I’ dotting. Would anyone be interested in doing this with us next year? Maybe even as a fund raising event for a good cause.”

He said the project took six-and-a-half hours, including a couple of bar stops.

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  1. Roger Kaputnik says:

    …similar to how the SOUSAPHONE player dots the “i”…