COLUMBUS, Ohio - Word filtering out of the dean's office at Ohio State University is that the school could be relocating to Denver, Colorado.
An inside source stated that the college board of regents is considering the move due to the fact that they are certain that anywhere from 73 to 89 percent of the current student body would be willing to make the move.
The college relocation is under consideration due to the fact that, as of January 1, Colorado has made the purchase and use of marijuana legal.
The inside source, who gave his code name as Mr. Bucky (short for Buckeye), said that he himself is a football player at OSU and he would move to Denver quicker than David Crosby can devour a tuna fish sandwich.
Meanwhile, word coming out of Denver, is that a group of investors had already seen about purchasing the land needed for Ohio State University at Denver.
SIDENOTE: One Denver pot shop owner, who is a native of Ohio stated that he has named his brand new pot shop The Buckeye Pot Palace in honor of his alma mater.