Ohio State Buckeyes' Marching Band Delivers Epic Video Game Halftime Show

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterOctober 8, 2012

Ohio State dominated every last piece of the game against Nebraska on Saturday, including the halftime show. 

Nerds unite to deliver the best halftime show we have seen in some time (h/t Kegs 'N Eggs), hitting us in that geeky part of the heart we all needed scratched.

The Buckeyes dispatched Nebraska 63-38 on Saturday at Ohio Stadium. You would think such a whooping would destroy any other subplots, but that just means you didn't see the halftime show. 

It was just as brilliant as Ohio State's football antics. 

The band takes the field and covers some of the most beloved games in history, including Pokemon, Tetris, Halo and Zelda.

Around the 5:55 mark, you will be screaming, "No way, the Triforce, Bro!" Or perhaps that's just me and my exuberance every time I notice the Legend of Zelda mark lying around anywhere. 

It would be wise not to lose your mind at that moment, because the OSU band has another surprise in store. The band immediately forms a horse and animates its running for a few moments. It's pretty much the best thing ever. 

Although, I am sure I have seen this all somewhere before. Oh, yeah! Cal Band!


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