No lie, a Buckeye-honking family set up their dead father in his casket and proceeded to make the O-H-I-O with him serving as the "I." You may have been the "I" before, but this man is THE "I," now and for eternity.
Via OSU's official site, Roy's daughter explains:
Long time fan who was always the "I-O", is forever the permanent "I". Roy Miracle was shown in an OSU turtle neck that he loved, and holding the position that he loved! The rest of the long time fans are from left to right, Ann Robinson, Juli Miracle, my Dad (Roy Miracle), and Rick Ives.
And you think you're a big OSU fan. Ha.
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