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Handmade of premium cast stone; Made in the USA
Dimensions 22"H x 18"W x 9"L
Weighs Approximately 50 lbs
Brutus makes a great gift for that special Buckeye fan and a chance to show your OSU pride
You can't mistake the cheerful, confident persona of the beloved mascot of The Ohio State University, Brutus Buckeye. And that same presence can be in your home as well. Whether you're in front of the TV, cheering OSU on, or at any Buckeye gathering, Brutus is sure to be the hit of the bash. He's gone through several changes since introduced to the Ohio State faithful in 1965, right up to his present incantation as the symbol of all things Buckeye. He's also accomplished, having made the finals of the Capital One Mascot Challenge and is a published author, writing his book, "The Spirit of a Buckeye: Brutus Buckeye's Lessons for Life." Weighing in at 59 0ounds, Brutus is sculpted in a familiar stance along with the famous Block O and Buckeye leaves, as he shows us whose No. 1 in the hearts of the scarlet and grey faithful. Au Bucks.
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