Before traveling to London, interim marching and athletic band director Chris Hoch promised that the band's performance would be true to the OSUMB style.
"We're going to stick with what we do best," Hoch said in a video prepared by OSU student publication The Lantern. "Some of the picture formations and things that you've seen from the band in recent years is what we're going to do over there.
They wanted something that was us, they wanted us to perform like we do, so we are going to do the very best we can."
The OSUMB also paraded through London on Saturday for the "NFL on Regent Street" fan festival.
The International Series is an effort to expand the reach and exposure of NFL football abroad.
NFL.com reports that since introducing International Series games in 2007, the NFL has seen strong growth in the United Kingdom with
viewership of Sunday NFL games more than doubling and the Super Bowl audience increasing by more than 75 percent.
Three matchups are on the 2015 International Series schedule. In addition to the Jaguars/Bills game,
the Kansas City Chiefs and Detroit Lions will play on Sunday, Nov. 1. The Miami Dolphins and New York Jets played October 4.
The Ohio State University Marching Band's appearance was the first time an American marching band has performed at the NFL International Series.
Fans can follow the band's travels on social media. (See OSUMB on Facebook
and OSUMB on Twitter
Related story: Ohio State University Marching Band to perform at NFL International Series game in London
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