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The Resource "Then Tress said to Troy--" : the best Ohio State football stories ever told, Jeff Snook, (electronic resource)

"Then Tress said to Troy--" : the best Ohio State football stories ever told, Jeff Snook, (electronic resource)

Label
"Then Tress said to Troy--" : the best Ohio State football stories ever told
Title
"Then Tress said to Troy--"
Title remainder
the best Ohio State football stories ever told
Statement of responsibility
Jeff Snook
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Here is your chance to go inside the huddle of the Ohio State Buckeyes, into their locker room and onto the sidelines, your chance to join your favorite players on the team plane, and at the team hotel. Go behind the scenes and peek into the private world of the players, coaches and decision makers, eavesdropping on their personal conversations. Read why Buckeyes and U.S. Presidents have mixed and mingled often through the years, often with humorous results, and how Woody Hayes always had to pick the team movie the night before each game. Speaking of the larger-than-life personality of Wo
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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1960-
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Snook, Jeff
Dewey number
  • 796.33263097
  • 796.33263097
Index
no index present
LC call number
GV958.O35 .S564 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Best sports stories ever told
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  • Ohio State Buckeyes (Football team)
  • Ohio State University
  • Ohio State Buckeyes (Football team)
  • Ohio State University
  • Ohio State University
  • SPORTS & RECREATION / Football
Label
"Then Tress said to Troy--" : the best Ohio State football stories ever told, Jeff Snook, (electronic resource)
Link
http://lanepl.freading.com/ebooks/details/r:download/NTY1ODkzNDk=
Instantiates
Publication
Note
A Quarterback "Gets Shot."
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Dedication; table of contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1: A Name Known Throughout the College Football World; What's in a Name?; Chapter 2: The First Superstar; The Buckeyes' First Superstar; Honoring the Legend; Chapter 3: A Legend in His Own Time; Chapter 4: The First National Championship; Don't You Recognize Me?; White Experienced Rivalry Full-Circle; Which Way Is the Wind Blowing?; Calling Dr. Horvath ... ; ... And Dr. Steinberg; Wild, Wild Finishes; Chapter 5: The Snow Bowl; Open the Door!; Married Players; The Best of Everything
  • Aurealius Thomas, Case StudyThe Graveyard of Coaches; The Graveyard after Woody; Chapter 6: The Woody Hayes Era; The Hiring; The First of a Legendary Era; The Early Years; The '61 Rose Bowl Decision; As a Recruiter; His Uncanny Memory; As a Father Figure; As an Educator; His Generosity; Woody and the Media; On Being Socially Aware; "Stand to His Right If You Want in the Game"; Yes, His Temper Is Legendary; But He Did Make Them Laugh; He Was Always There; Anne Hayes: A Saint and the Real Boss; His Compassion; On Responsibility; As a Motivator; His Paranoia; Practice, Practice, Practice
  • Quoting WoodyThey Said It about Woody; Who'll Stop the Rain?; The Final "Megaton"; Did Diabetes Contribute to It?; Was He Fired, or Did He Resign?; He Often Apologized; Woody and Rex; March 12, 1987; Woody Would Have Loved This One; Chapter 7: Earle Bruce: Following the Legend; The Miracle at UCLA; USC's Final Drive; Heartbreaking Loss, Dark Shower; A Player's Coach; A Man of Honesty and Integrity; As a Motivator; No Dairy Products; The Loudest Room on the Road; The Sunshine Boys; Pepper and Keith; Tomczak-to-Jemison Wins Fiesta; Elevator Problems in Pasadena
  • Beating Curfew and Texas A & M in DallasEarle Arizona Bound?; 1987 Turns into Nightmare; His Legacy; The Final Game; Chapter 8: The Cooper Years; The Comeback at Minnesota; Pitching at Yankee Stadium; Beating the Fighting Irish; Keep My Feet on the Ground; Clinching the Rose Bowl Berth; Germaine a Hero in Pasadena; The PR Blunders; Chapter 9: The Coach Called Tress; His Lineage; His First Stop in Columbus; Becoming the Buckeyes' Boss; Preparing for Michigan Is Beating Michigan; Tress and Troy; Chapter 10: Fiesta Time, Title Time; Sea of Scarlet; The Plan; The Interference Call
  • Cie Can Carry a TuneChapter 11: "The School Up North"; The Intensity; The Myth of the Two-Point Conversion; Michigan Did Those Things, Too; The 10-Year War; Broken Hearts, Broken Camera; Revenge Game; Motivational Speeches; Fit to Be Tied; Klaban's Leg Saves the Day; Corny's Prayer Is Answered; The Broadnax Block; Music of the Week; Bumper-Sticker Obscenity; By the Numbers; Ohio State's Top-10 Victories Over Michigan; Chapter 12: So Close, So Many Times; Best OSU Teams Not to Win a National Title; Chapter 13: The First Time at Ohio Stadium; Chapter 14: Buckeye Hilarity
Control code
frd818819207
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (321 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781617493836
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(electronic bk.)
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unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9781617493836
  • (Sirsi) b1389841
Label
"Then Tress said to Troy--" : the best Ohio State football stories ever told, Jeff Snook, (electronic resource)
Link
http://lanepl.freading.com/ebooks/details/r:download/NTY1ODkzNDk=
Publication
Note
A Quarterback "Gets Shot."
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Dedication; table of contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1: A Name Known Throughout the College Football World; What's in a Name?; Chapter 2: The First Superstar; The Buckeyes' First Superstar; Honoring the Legend; Chapter 3: A Legend in His Own Time; Chapter 4: The First National Championship; Don't You Recognize Me?; White Experienced Rivalry Full-Circle; Which Way Is the Wind Blowing?; Calling Dr. Horvath ... ; ... And Dr. Steinberg; Wild, Wild Finishes; Chapter 5: The Snow Bowl; Open the Door!; Married Players; The Best of Everything
  • Aurealius Thomas, Case StudyThe Graveyard of Coaches; The Graveyard after Woody; Chapter 6: The Woody Hayes Era; The Hiring; The First of a Legendary Era; The Early Years; The '61 Rose Bowl Decision; As a Recruiter; His Uncanny Memory; As a Father Figure; As an Educator; His Generosity; Woody and the Media; On Being Socially Aware; "Stand to His Right If You Want in the Game"; Yes, His Temper Is Legendary; But He Did Make Them Laugh; He Was Always There; Anne Hayes: A Saint and the Real Boss; His Compassion; On Responsibility; As a Motivator; His Paranoia; Practice, Practice, Practice
  • Quoting WoodyThey Said It about Woody; Who'll Stop the Rain?; The Final "Megaton"; Did Diabetes Contribute to It?; Was He Fired, or Did He Resign?; He Often Apologized; Woody and Rex; March 12, 1987; Woody Would Have Loved This One; Chapter 7: Earle Bruce: Following the Legend; The Miracle at UCLA; USC's Final Drive; Heartbreaking Loss, Dark Shower; A Player's Coach; A Man of Honesty and Integrity; As a Motivator; No Dairy Products; The Loudest Room on the Road; The Sunshine Boys; Pepper and Keith; Tomczak-to-Jemison Wins Fiesta; Elevator Problems in Pasadena
  • Beating Curfew and Texas A & M in DallasEarle Arizona Bound?; 1987 Turns into Nightmare; His Legacy; The Final Game; Chapter 8: The Cooper Years; The Comeback at Minnesota; Pitching at Yankee Stadium; Beating the Fighting Irish; Keep My Feet on the Ground; Clinching the Rose Bowl Berth; Germaine a Hero in Pasadena; The PR Blunders; Chapter 9: The Coach Called Tress; His Lineage; His First Stop in Columbus; Becoming the Buckeyes' Boss; Preparing for Michigan Is Beating Michigan; Tress and Troy; Chapter 10: Fiesta Time, Title Time; Sea of Scarlet; The Plan; The Interference Call
  • Cie Can Carry a TuneChapter 11: "The School Up North"; The Intensity; The Myth of the Two-Point Conversion; Michigan Did Those Things, Too; The 10-Year War; Broken Hearts, Broken Camera; Revenge Game; Motivational Speeches; Fit to Be Tied; Klaban's Leg Saves the Day; Corny's Prayer Is Answered; The Broadnax Block; Music of the Week; Bumper-Sticker Obscenity; By the Numbers; Ohio State's Top-10 Victories Over Michigan; Chapter 12: So Close, So Many Times; Best OSU Teams Not to Win a National Title; Chapter 13: The First Time at Ohio Stadium; Chapter 14: Buckeye Hilarity
Control code
frd818819207
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (321 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781617493836
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9781617493836
  • (Sirsi) b1389841

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