A DIFFERENT TWIST ON SCRIPT OHIO - Strange things can pop into the head of an Ohio State fan when he's all alone in the cold, facing 10 inches of snow and pining for a football season still eight months away.
When Scott Livingston finished snowblowing his driveway, he asked his 14-year-old daughter, Kaylie, to grab a camera and meet him in the back yard of their suburban Toledo home.
Livingston, standing behind the snowblower, started the engine and told Kaylie to start filming when he gave a thumbs-up. Then, taking quick, marching steps, he carved a near-perfect 50-by-30-foot "Ohio" -- dotting the "I" himself.
He didn't attend Ohio State, but the Buckeyes fan has seen the marching band's "Script Ohio" dozens of times and figured it couldn't be too tough. Afterward Kaylie added some graphics and an audio recording of the school's marching band to the film and posted her dad's snow script on YouTube.
Livingston, who is in the industrial machine business, said he never did anything like that before and probably won't again.