We may have limited capacity but you can still be in the Sea of Orange at every winter sports event with an official OSU Athletics Fan Cut Out for Men’s & Women’s Basketball and Wrestling!
Each cut out will be placed in Gallagher-Iba Arena in the empty socially distanced seats.
Each submitted photo is subject to approval.
Cutouts start at $75, or upgrade to the court level seats for only $25 more! We will contact you at the end of the season regarding your options to receive your cutout.
• Wear ORANGE!
• Try to avoid wearing a hat unless your face is clearly visible
• Solid color background is recommended without any personal information/objects behind you – we cannot remove the background from your photo
• Selfies are not recommended. Please have someone take your photo.
• Include the waist up and keep your arms at your sides
• Smartphone images are fine. Use the largest possible size. Don’t compress the file.
• Photos should be taken vertically or portrait
• Only one person per photo. The frame is too small for 2 people.
Please note, we are unable to create cutouts that include the following:
• Commercial advertisements, including slogans, websites, and phone numbers
• Social media handles and hashtags
• Offensive, derogatory or otherwise negative references
• Statements or endorsements of political candidates
• Third party logos/branding
PHOTO DISCLAIMER: The image you submit must be of yourself or family member. Please do not upload an image of a celebrity or anyone from another University. OSU Athletics reserves the right to refuse any photos. Images that display obscene, lewd, explicit, discriminatory, derogatory, violent, offensive, or otherwise inappropriate content are strictly prohibited and will be discarded without refund.
Please note that your purchase is tax-deductible as a donation to the Cowboy Relief Fund.
Due to campus closing for the Holiday Break, all fan cut out photo submissions must be placed by Monday, Dec. 21st. in order to have them displayed during the Holiday Break games. Photo submissions may resume Jan. 4