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Tyler Greenawalt | NCAA.com | August 18, 2015

A walk to remember

  Buckeye fans walked 19 miles to spell out Ohio around OSU's campus, dotting the "i" around Ohio Stadium

There are dedicated college sports fans who dress up for every game and others who know all the chants and songs.

And there they're fans who walk 19 miles to spell out their school's name on Google Maps. That's exactly what a group of Buckeye fans did, spending over six hours traversing OSU's campus to draw the famous "Script Ohio."

The fans, who posted the idea and subsequent image on Reddit's Columbus site, said they were doing a work competition about fitness, and thought it would be cool idea to integrate the Ohio Script in some way and tracked its progress during the trek using the iPhone app Runmeter.

Following the tradition started by the Ohio State marching band, which aligns itself to spell out "Ohio" during halftime, these fans didn't forget to "Dot The I," this time circling Ohio Stadium to complete the tradition.

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