Ohio State and Indiana to Wear Helmet Decals in Support of Houston Relief

Rivea RuffContributorAugust 30, 2017

The Ohio State and Indiana football programs plan to show solidarity with those struggling in Houston during their upcoming game.

The Buckeyes face the Hoosiers in Bloomington on Thursday night, and both teams will recognize the city of Houston's resiliency through the Hurricane Harvey flooding disaster with special helmet decals.  

The black and white patches will feature the outline of the state of Texas, along with the words Houston Strong.  

In addition, Buckeyes football announced it will donate $10,000 to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.  



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