The Ohio State University's marching band has a storied reputation -- hence its nickname of The Best Damn Band in the Land -- and its newest show, performed last weekend, is anything but "bad."
During halftime of Ohio State's game against the University of Iowa, the college band performed an eight-minute tribute to Michael Jackson, commemorating the 25th anniversary of one of the King of Pop's biggest albums, "Bad," which celebrated its 25th birthday last year.
Along the way, the band touches on a medley of Jackson hits -- both from "Bad" and otherwise -- including the album's title track, "Billie Jean" and "The Way You Make Me Feel." It's during the latter that the Buckeyes get into a formation resembling Jackson himself -- white glove and all -- and actually start moonwalking. You can see that part at around 4:40 in the video below.
This isn't the first time Ohio State -- or Ohio's college marching bands in general -- have racked up a healthy amount of YouTube hits. The Best Damn Band in the Land received praise for its video game tribute a little over a year ago, while just an hour down the road, Ohio University's Marching 110 has found success tapping into viral hits with its renditions of "Party Rock Anthem," "Gangnam Style" and, most recently, "The Fox."