TRIVIA CONTEST Questions and answers
1. Jim Tressel became the second coach in Ohio State history to beat Michigan in both of his first two seasons. Who was the first?
2. Who was the Buckeyes' leading rusher in 1968?
3. Who captained Ohio State's national championship team in 1954?
4. Which Buckeye was named the outstanding player in the 1969 Rose Bowl?
5. Who was the starting quarterback, who was from Niles, on Ohio State's 1942 team?
6. Which All-American is remembered for turning complete flips in the end zone following both of his touchdowns in 1975?
7. Which Buckeye won both the Outland and Lombardi awards in 1970?
8. Who did Ohio State play in its first Fiesta Bowl appearance and what was the score?
9. What Heisman Trophy winner did Ohio State defeat in the 1969 Rose Bowl?
10. Who led Ohio State's 1954 national championship team in rushing?
11. Who kicked the game-winning field goal in the 1958 Rose Bowl, giving Ohio State a 10-7 win over Oregon?
12. What was the result of the first-ever game played between Ohio State and Miami (Fla.)?
13. Who scored the winning touchdown for Ohio State in its Fiesta Bowl victory over Pittsburgh?
14. Who was the Buckeyes' leading rusher in the 1958 Rose Bowl?
15. What four seasons did Ohio State finish with an unbeaten, untied season, including the bowl game?
16. Jim Tressel is the second Ohio State coach with 20 wins in his first two seasons. Who was the first?
17. What No. 1-ranked team did Ohio State defeat in the 1968 regular season?
18. Who were the captains of the 1968 Ohio State team?
19. Who was Ohio State's All-American end on the 1942 team?
20. Who was the Buckeyes' MVP in 1968?
1. Francis Schmidt.
2. Jim Otis.
3. John Borton and Richard Brubaker.
4. Rex Kern.
5. George Lynn.
6. Tim Fox.
7. Jim Stillwagon.
8. Penn State 31, Ohio State 19.
9. O.J. Simpson
10. Howard "Hop" Cassady.
11. Don Sutherin.
12. Ohio State 10, Miami 0.
13. Thad Jemison.
14. Bob White.
15. 1916, 1944, 1954, 1968.
16. Earle Bruce (20-4).
17. Purdue (13-0).
18. David Foley and Dick Wordem.
19. Bob Shaw.
20. Mark Stier.