WATCH: Ohio State fans pull off O-H-I-O chant at Purdue

Ohio State fans take over Ross-Ade Stadium - @clubtrillion

O-H-I-Oh no, Purdue, where did your fans go?

Ohio State fans know a thing or two about traveling well. You might remember the fans taking over California earlier this season, so Buckeye fans were thrilled to see that their takeover was only a couple hundred miles away this week, in West Lafayette.

Former Buckeye basketball player Mark Titus tweeted out this picture of the fan situation a few minutes before kickoff, and things descended steadily from there. So as Ohio State began putting together its blowout of the week, the fans claimed Ross-Ade Stadium as their own with this chant.

OK, look. That's fantastic disrespect and the type of domination most opposing fan bases can only dream of, but at the same time it's in a stadium that's basically empty of home fans. It's easy to be louder than 3,000 disinterested Purdue fans. Wake us up when Ohio State goes into somewhere like, oh, the Big House and—I'm sorry, what's that you say?

Oh. Ohhhh. Oh dear.

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