SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) — A couple who root for Ohio State say they've made sure their baby daughter embraces their football allegiance by giving her a name that implies automatic fandom: Scarlet Gray.
And those are the colors that Justin and Kim King's 3-month-old daughter wears as her family watches Saturday games on their big-screen television.
Justin King tells The Sandusky Register (http://bit.ly/1dk5U7y ) the infant won't have any choice but to be a Buckeyes fan for life.
Scarlet's 3-year-old sister doesn't share that obligation. Her name is Violet.
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