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Ohio State Football DVD's Coaches Copies

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by Gamebreaker, Feb 5, 2005.

  1. Gamebreaker

    Gamebreaker Newbie

    I saw these at

    A great concept, but a little pricey at $30.00 each.


    Hey Buckeye Fans,

    The Official Team Shop is honored to offer many of your beloved Ohio State Buckeye Football Games on DVD. These games range from the mid 1930's thru the late 1980's. All games are Coaches Copies. These are films that previous head coaches used to study the teams performance. They are mostly filmed in black and white, with NO sound, and filmed from high up in the press box. The footage is from the plays ONLY, and no footage from before the game, after the games, halftime, or between plays is included. These are NOT television broadcasts.

    Orders can be placed by Phone Order ONLY @ 1-800-678-6022.
    The cost of each DVD is $30.00 + shipping.
    Orders take approximately 3 weeks for delivery.

    Click here for a list of games available.

    View Samples (requires Windows Media Player):
    Sample #1 - Sample #2 - Sample #3
  2. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    Wow...that shot of the 'Shoe in Sample #2 is a great illustration of some of Andy Geiger's contributions to improving facilities...

    Very nice find
  3. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    That's some pretty cool stuff, especially the 1931 clip. Note our helmets...
  4. JCroniger

    JCroniger Rookie

    I saw these this week and order 3 Michigan games. The Snow bowl, Hop Cassady and Vic. It takes 3 weeks (so I was told). Should be very interesting. Where else are you going to get footage like this?
  5. Gamebreaker

    Gamebreaker Newbie

    Those DVD's look awesome with the press box camera angles. Some great archival footage. I might have to order a couple.
  6. Gamebreaker

    Gamebreaker Newbie

    Buckeye Football Film Preservation Effort Results in Boon for Fans

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