Art Schlichter & Ohio State

Arthur Ernest Schlichter (born April 25, 1960) is a retired college and professional American football quarterback, known for his compulsive gambling and the legal problems that arose from it. The Ohio State University, commonly referred to as Ohio State or OSU, is a public research university in Columbus, Ohio. 5.0/5

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Woman convicted in ex-Ohio State quarterback fraud scheme: 'I cry every day'.
This is when you invoke the Art Schlichter axiom to Ohio State: Don't bet on it.
Braxton Miller's name will be all over OSU record books: Several school records are within his grasp next season. He needs 2,256 passing yards to top Art Schlichter's total of 7,547; with six more touchdown passes he will surpass Bobby Hoying's Ohio State total of 57; and he can pass Schlichter's marks for touchdowns accounted for (85) and total offense (8,850) with just two more TDs and only 505 more yards, respectively.
Braxton Miller still has a lot he wants to get done at Ohio State. That's why the junior announced Thursday night he'll return for his senior season. The 6-foot-2, 215-pounder, a two-time Big Ten MVP, had been contemplating jumping into the NFL draft a year early. "I want to help this team win a Big Ten championship next year," Miller said in a statement issued through the university. "Plus, I want to improve as a quarterback in all aspects of my game. I'm looking forward to working for another year with (coach Urban) Meyer and (quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator Tom) Herman. And I want to graduate, so this will help get me closer to my academic goal." An acclaimed recruit out of Springfield, Ohio, Miller has started for almost three full seasons. After taking over during a 6-7 season in 2012, under Meyer he led the Buckeyes to a school-record 24 consecutive wins before losses in the Big Ten championship game to Michigan State and Discover Orange Bowl to Clemson. "He has been an extremely valuab ...
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said Friday afternoon that all of his frontline players are eligible (eligible being the operative word) and healthy as the Tigers wrap up their Clemson bowl preparations before heading to Miami Sunday for their appearance in the Discover Orange Bowl. The last time Clemson met Ohio State was in December 1978. Ohio State Losing by two points with a little more than two minutes left in the Gator Bowl, Ohio State was driving, and had moved the ball into game winning field-goal range. But then noseguard Charlie Bauman intercepted freshman quarterback Art Schlichter's short pass over the middle. (This was before Art’s unprecedented gambling habit forced him to declare bankruptcy.) Bauman was knocked out of bounds on the Buckeyes' sideline. An irate Coach Woody Hayes went over and threw a punch at Bauman before he was restrained by several of his players. The morning after the 17-15 defeat, Hayes was fired. He never coached again. He also never apologized to Bauman for hitting ...
Ford reflects on first game as coach December 13, 2013 By Steven Bradley, Seneca Journal CLEMSON — Danny Ford vividly recalls the best piece of advice he got during his first game as Clemson’s head coach: “If you don’t do something stupid, y’all are going to win this ball game.” It was the 1978 Gator Bowl against Ohio State, and the 30-year-old Ford had been hired 19 days before to replace Charley Pell, who had resigned to take the helm at Florida. “Bill McLellan and Dr. R.C. Edwards and the Board of Trustees, that crowd that took a chance on me — I was way too young,” Ford said. “I don’t know how in the world they figured that out. I wouldn’t have done it.” Clemson led 10-9 at halftime and marched the ball 83 yards on 18 plays to score the only points of the third quarter on a 1-yard run by freshman Cliff Austin. With 8:11 left in the game, Ohio State freshman quarterback Art Schlichter scored a touchdown to bring the Buckeyes within two points, but Clemson defensive tackle Jim ...
The last time Clemson played Ohio State (1978), Clemson won and a legendary Ohio St coach (Woody Hayes) got fired as a result of punching one of our players (Charlie Bauman) after he intercepted a top 5 Heisman candidate (Art Schlichter), thereby sealing the win. On January 3, Clemson plays Ohio St again in the Orange Bowl against a legendary coach (Urban Meyer) and likely top 5 Heisman candidate (Braxton Miller). Will we see a similar storyline?
Oh yea, the second most important thing happening 31 years ago yesterday...Ohio State at Michigan (1981) With Woody Hayes watching from on high, Art Schlichter, the quarterback who had brought the pass back to Ohio State football, beat Michigan with a run. Playing his last regular-season game, Schlichter avoided three Wolverines on a 6-yard run with 2 minutes 50 seconds remaining that gave Ohio State a 14-9 victory at Michigan Stadium. Made our wedding day even that much more special :) Hoping for a repeat performance by The Ohio State University football team on Saturday!!!
Here's 10 reasons Ohio StATE *** 1. The pretentious use of "the" preceding "Ohio State." 2. Ohio State has a losing bowl record. 3. Reggie Germany somehow maintained his academic eligibility at Ohio State with a 0.0 GPA. 4. Placing stickers of pot plants on their helmets, in some scheme designed to reduce the importance of team achievements. 5. Woody Hayes is idolized by Buckeye fans, instead of shunned due to his violent nature which consists not only of hitting Clemson players, but assaults in other incidents. 6. Art Schlichter's career as a compulsive gamber and criminal began and was nurtured at Ohio State. 7. Sammy Maldonado was a fine student and citizen in high school, and then became a problem child and poor student at Ohio State. He resurrected his education, career and life, transferring to Maryland. 8. Maurice Clarett developed from a decent high school student and football player into a criminal at Ohio State. 9. Jim Tressel is responsible for the Maldonado and Clarett situations, as well a ...
The painful saga of ex-Ohio State and Indianapolis Colts quarterback Art Schlichter came to a close Friday when a federal judge sentenced him to nearly 11 years in prison for scamming participants in what authorities called a million-dollar sports ticket scheme.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) A federal judge has sentenced former Ohio State and NFL quarterback Art Schlichter (SHLEES'-tuhr) to nearly 11 years in prison in a fraud case stemming from a million-dollar ticket-selling scheme.
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