1968 Buckeyes National Champs Football Onesie
The ‘68 Buckeye Football Team is considered one of the strongest in OSU history, fielding 11 All-Americans and six first-round NFL draft picks. With quarterback Rex Kern and running back Jim Otis leading a powerful OSU offense and Jack Tatum on defense, Woody Hayes' Buckeyes capped an undefeated season with a dominating 50–14 victory over archrival Michigan and a come-from-behind 27–16 victory over Southern California in the 1969 Rose Bowl to secure the national title. Perhaps the biggest highlight of the year for the Buckeyes was their upset of No. 1 ranked Purdue in the third game of the season.This was also the first year the Buckeye players were awarded Buckeye pride stickers for their helmets, each one a reward for a good play.
The onesie version of our classic tee. 5.0 oz., 100% combed ringspun cotton in a 1x1 baby rib Flatlock seams Double-needle rib binding on neck, shoulders, sleeves and leg openings Reinforced three-snap closure on binding CPSIA Compliant
- 100% soft jersey cotton
- Double-needle rib binding for durability
- Reinforced three-snap closure
- Printed in New York