LOOK: Dallas Police donned Buckeye-themed motorcycle helmets while escorting the team to AT&T Stadium
The Dallas Police Department had quite the welcoming gift for Ohio State on Tuesday morning.
As the Buckeyes were escorted to the AT&T Stadium for their Cotton Bowl practice on Tuesday, the Dallas Police sported Ohio State-themed motorcycle helmets as they traveled alongside the team. The helmets didn’t have the traditional silver look, but the stripes and Buckeye stickers made it look pretty darn close.
Dallas Police wore #OhioState themed motorcycle helmets while escorting the #Buckeyes 🏈 team to AT&T Stadium for @CottonBowlGame practice this morning. 👍🏻 (via @AndrewMLind) #GoBucks #BeatUSC pic.twitter.com/o8mBDRBaFu
— Buckeye Fans Only (@buckeyefansonly) December 26, 2017
That’s a pretty cool gesture.
Ohio State still has a few days to prepare before battling USC in the Cotton Bowl on Friday night. The Buckeyes, of course, narrowly missed the College Football Playoff, getting edged out by Alabama.
Hats of to the Dallas Police Department for that awesome gesture and the incredible design work on those motorcycle helmets. They could almost pass as the real thing.
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