Lego hobbyist spent 2 years building model of Ohio State stadium

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    thats awesome. i geek to that stuff
     
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    I did the same thing except with Jack Trice Stadium. I also went ahead and bowled in the south endzone.
     
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    Now is the best time to announce a remodeling project.
     
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    Only 6000 Lego people can fit in there, so does that mean if a Lego Kinnick was built and could only fit 4000 Lego people in it would they call 2500 Lego people showing up a sell out?
     
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    That is awesome!
     
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    #8 jbhtexas, Jan 18, 2011
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    Not as impressive as that Soldier Field snack tray replica used in the latest Honda CRV commercial...

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    According to this link, that CRV commercial is regional, so not everyone may have seen it...
    http://aaronikeda.com/
     

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