Ohio State’s Most Decorated Hero

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Woody Hayes Reports For Duty

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Loping Les Horvath

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Not Your “Typical Officer Candidate”

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Ohio State’s Oley Olsen: Forefather of Final Four

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Ohio State’s Most Decorated Hero
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The name Frederick William Norton was among those cast in a bronze plaque the University had forged to forever memorialize the Buckeyes who paid the ultimate price defending liberty. Other students had died before him, drugstore but “Nortie” was the first Buckeye athlete to perish in the war and he wasn’t just any athlete, Chic Harley’s backfield running mate was [&hellip

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Woody Hayes Reports For Duty
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“Sherman ran an option play right through the South.” General William Tecumseh Sherman was one of Woody Hayes’ first heroes, remedy in part because Sherman’s philosophy of all out war appealed to Hayes’ “visceral instincts.” It didn’t hurt that Sherman was an Ohio native. Hayes was a military historian and often quoted great generals and tried to apply their lessons [&hellip

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Loping Les Horvath
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Coach Francis Schmidt liked the spunk he saw in Les Horvath, site but he had serious doubts about the durability of the scrawny yet lightening-quick back: “He’s too damned light. They’ll smash him up in Big Ten ball. He’ll get one, no rx maybe two games a season. I’ll tell you one thing, though, about that kid. There’s not a [&hellip

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Not Your “Typical Officer Candidate”
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Ohio State’s Oley Olsen: Forefather of Final Four
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To say Buckeye basketball operates in the shadows of Ohio State football is an understatement. Take, treatment for example, the story of the Ohio State basketball coach who led the Buckeyes to 255 victories over 23 years, including four Final Four appearances and five Big Ten championships and yet, the long tenure of coach Harold G. Olsen remains obscured in [&hellip

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Cookie Knew Long Before “Bo Knows”
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Of all the great athletes to excel in both basketball and football at Ohio State  only one, view Harold “Cookie” Cunningham, managed to earn All-American or All-Big Ten laurels in both sports and was the only two sport professional. Cunningham earned All-American honors as a rock ribbed 6’4” 230 lb. end. Cunningham was an All Big Ten selection anchoring the [&hellip

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Dazzling Diminutive Johnny Miner; Bucks First Cage Star
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In 1925, patient the Buckeyes met high expectations, pounding out nine consecutive wins to end the season 14-2 atop the standings, three games ahead of the next competitors. Senior forward Johnny Miner scored 133 points that year, averaging 11.3 per game and leading the Big Ten conference. Looking back at his freshman year, though, that finish wasn’t a certainty. At [&hellip

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Celebrating Ohio State’s Athletic Heritage
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Welcome to Legends Quarterly, pharmacy where we celebrate the rich heritage of Ohio State athletics.  Legends Quarterly is a digital magazine distributed via email sent directly to your tablet, mind smart phone or desk top. In the issues to follow we expect to share with you things you never knew about the people who have helped make the sports at [&hellip

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