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Block O

Block "O"
Established 1938
Location Columbus, Ohio
Website www.blocko.org
Block "O" South at a 2007 home game

Block "O" is a student organization on the campus of

  • Block "O" official site

External links

  1. ^ [1]Block "O" History
  2. ^ Block O History
  3. ^ "The History of Block 'O'." OhioStateBuckeyes.com. Retrieved on 2012-10-28.

References

Since its inception, Block "O" has added several extensions to help meet student demand for other Ohio State sports. These groups include the Buckeye NutHouse (Men's Basketball and Women's Basketball), Buckeye Sluggers (Men's Baseball), Knucklebucks (Men's Ice Hockey), Connor's Crew (Men's Soccer), Block "O" Volleyball, Block "O" Gymnastics, and Block "O" Wrestling.

Block "O" was founded in 1938 by OSU cheerleader Clancy Isaac.[3] Prior to stadium renovations, Block "O" resided in the north endzone of

History

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