Schembechler's death stuns Ohio State campus
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- What began as a day filled with football talk and parties across the Ohio State campus quickly turned somber.
Former Michigan coach Bo Schembechler, one of the biggest in college football, collapsed and died in a TV studio the day before the No. 1 Buckeyes were to host their storied rival.
"This is an extraordinary loss for college football," coach
Jim Tressel said in a statement. "Bo Schembechler touched the
lives of many people and made the game ...
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Bo Schembechler: 1929-2006
Nickname: Bo, came from his sister's attempts to say "brother'' when they were children.
Born: April 1, 1929.
Died: Nov. 17, 2006.
Birthplace: Barberton, Ohio
Coaching: Miami (Ohio), 1963-68, 40-17-3; Michigan, 1969-89, 194-48-5.
Education: Graduated Miami (Ohio), 1951; Master's degree at Ohio State, 1952
Honors: Winningest head coach in Michigan football history. Won or tied 13 Big Ten championships during his tenure. Coached 17 teams to postseason bowl games (10 Rose Bowls). Never had a losing season. Seven-time Big Ten Coach of the Year. National coach of the year in 1969.
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