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Silverman: Ohio State expects Horseshoe to be jumping for Wisconsin

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The Ohio State/Wisconsin game poster. (Sam Silverman/Creative Director)

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Silverman: Ohio State expects Horseshoe to be jumping for Wisconsin

COLUMBUS — As part of the biggest game week of Ohio State’s season, the latest  game poster from our Creative Director Sam Silverman is here.

This week’s poster highlights Ohio Stadium, where the Buckeyes and Badgers will meet Saturday in a clash of top-15 opponents and fans will be jumping around. It also makes mention of a tradition all too familiar for Ohio State and Wisconsin.

As the Buckeyes face their toughest challenge to date and Lettermen Row continues to supply premium content covering all aspects of the program, we hope Silverman’s poster will remain a key part of the game-week experience for readers and fans everywhere.

Enjoy!

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Lettermen Row’s Spencer Holbrook provided the editorial content for this post.

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It will be great to see the players “Jump Around” in that House of Pain on Saturday!

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The football team honestly needs to make a tutorial video about when to make noise and when to be quiet, then show it before kickoff. Our fans don’t make noise until 3rd down, maybe, if then. I’ve seen the crowd get louder when Ohio State goes for it on 4th down then when the other team has the ball. If the opponent has the ball, make noise the whole time. It’s not that hard.

Sam Silverman

Sam Silverman is Lettermen Row's Creative Director, developing and maintaining the brand's identity. A Youngstown native and Ohio State grad, Sam was formerly a Creative Director for Ohio State Football where he launched college sports’ first ever personal brand development program. He and his work have been featured on national media outlets including ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Yahoo! Sports, and Front Office Sports.

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