Ohio State welcomed back a few famous alums for the team's spring game on Saturday morning. Among them Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier and Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Malcolm Jenkins served as the honorary coaches.
Buckeyes fans were especially happy to see Shazier. The 25-year-old linebacker suffered a scary spinal injury against the Cincinnati Bengals in December and has undergone several surgeries in the months following his injury.
But there was another Buckeye legend (recently removed) that stole headlines with a piece of jewelry.
Curtis Samuel wore a diamond chain of his game-winning touchdown against Michigan.
Check it out.
Samuel used that pose following his run into the endzone in double-overtime to clinch the Buckeyes victorty over the Wolverines.
That game, which lives on as the "Spot" game didn't help to soothe the tensions between Ohio State and Michigan fans - and neither will this.