Ohio State fan pulled over when police mistake Buckeye sticker for drug symbolRick Chandler
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Now we know how far the borders of Buckeye Nation extend. They end just before you get to Tennessee. A 65-year-old woman and her husband were pulled over a few miles east of Memphis because of the Ohio State Buckeye sticker they had displayed on their car — of the same type you see in the photo there.
Police explained that they thought the sticker was a marijuana symbol, and therefore the couple might be transporting drugs.