During a football game on Saturday, in which Ohio State beat Northern Illinois (20-13), the Ohio State University marching band entertained fans with a halftime show inspired by James Bond.
On the field, they spelled out “Bond,” “007,” and formed a martini glass with an olive (“shaken, not stirred”), and performed the themes from Dr. No, Skyfall, Live and Let Die.
And because it wouldn’t be an Ohio State halftime show without a shot at Michigan, the routine showed an “M” getting destroyed on the field and a car chase between a Buckeyes vehicle and a Wolverines vehicle that ended with the latter driving into a wall.
Here is the full-length version:
And the 25-second version:
The Bond-themed halftime show is well-timed, given the latest film in the franchise Spectre is supposed to be out in theaters on November 6.
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