Coach Francis Schmidt liked the spunk he saw in Les Horvath, best cialis 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 man on the squad I’d rather have playing safety, especially back for a punt than that kid from Cleveland. He has plenty of nerve and brains, if he hasn’t got the weight. He is daring and he’s heady. He’s a money player.”

Schmidt was more optimistic than Horvath’s father. Charles Horvath felt his alma mater, Ohio Northern University, was a better fit for his 150-pound son.

“Les wouldn’t listen to me,” said the senior Horvath. “I finally gave up and told him to head for Columbus and be prepared to sit on the bench every Saturday.”

Horvath didn’t sit on the bench much read about his climbed up the summit of college football in the latest edition of Legends Quarterly.

Wid's Winners Ohio States Forgotten National Championship

Wid’s Winners
Ohio States Forgotten National Championship