Ohio State marching band plays game tribute at halftime

Watch this YouTube video paying homage to Zelda, Halo, Pokemon, Tetris, and others at the Ohio State game against Nebraska.

I've always said that if there is ever a time to talk about video games, it's at a college football game. Of course, I'm almost always wrong about these kinds of things. But not this time! I've finally been validated in the form of a halftime show marching band. Check it out.

If you missed it, make sure to watch the running horse at 6:01 -- simply incredible! The sweet tribute to gaming was posted by YouTube user handmrow gobucks, who writes:

This is the halftime performance of The Ohio State University Marching Band on 10/6/12 against Nebraska. The theme was Video games and it included parts from Zelda, Halo, Pokemon, Tetris, and others.

A big triple-rainbow salute of excellence goes out to the Ohio State University marching band for this incredible performance (and for giving all of us gaming geeks something to actually talk about when it comes to college football). If you'd like to check out more videos from handmrow gobucks, visit this YouTube page.

This story originally appeared on CBSNews.com's The Feed.

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