COLUMBUS, Ohio -- History wasn't being ignored, but Cornelius Greene had too much on his mind to worry about cultural significance.
There was the playbook to consider, for one.
And the responsibility to operate an offense loaded with talent in the backfield and to help lead a team that had the ability to navigate a rugged schedule and go undefeated.
Plus, Greene had never started a game for Ohio State, leaving him with the kind of nerves that would have been there even if he ...Read full story
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