As has become a tradition for many top-tier university football programs, Ohio State University has an annual spring game. This year, as his prospective players were split into two squads, new head coach Urban Meyer added some extra meaning to the game.

The losing squad would get mandatory community service.

Contested on April 21st, “Gray” came up short against “Scarlet” with a final score of 20-14 in front of a crowd which reportedly exceeded 80,000.

Source: Yahoo Sports