Close won't matter in this Horseshoe game
Jim Stillwagon, the Outland Trophy winner from 1970, remembers when the enormity of the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry hit him in the nose like the crown of a Riddell helmet. The Ohio State Buckeyes were working on their second straight unbeaten season and back-to-back national championships in '69 when they walked into the Big House in Ann Arbor.
"The stadium is dug into the ground, so when you stand outside in the parking lot you don't realize how big it is," he said. "Then you walk out of ...
Read full story