The headline was awareness-grabbing.
Down right here in Alabama, such a combination of words doesn’t compute in this university soccer-nuts component of the country. You would believe the similar would keep genuine in what they call Major Ten region.
Why in the name of Nick Saban’s straw hat would Ohio – home of the Ohio Condition Buckeyes – indication into law a bill to develop a license plate to identify a college that took the Buckeyes guiding the woodshed (52-24) in January of 2021 for the College or university Football Playoff national championship?
What is up coming? Maize and blue license tags?
As it turns out, according to Cleveland.com, it has more to do with loved ones than the Crimson Tide.
The Ohio specialty license plate is just 1 of the issues incorporated in 9 charges signed into regulation Thursday by Gov. Mike DeWine.
The concept for the plate arrived from Republican point out Rep. Adam Fowl, who advised cleveland.com final yr that he wanted to honor his father Ron Fowl, who played for the 1964 Crimson Tide football team.
According to the report, the license plates would expense an more $40, $30 of which would go to fund scholarships for Ohio college students attending faculty in Tuscaloosa.
Very well, as Woody Hayes when explained, “You can in no way seriously pay back. You can only fork out forward.”