Woody Hayes & Art Schlichter

Wayne Woodrow Woody Hayes (February 14, 1913 – March 12, 1987) was an American football player and coach. 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. 4.7/5

Woody Hayes Art Schlichter Ohio State Maurice Clarett Charlie Bauman Jim Tressel John Cooper Earle Bruce Chris Schenkel Scioto Downs Michigan Stadium Archie Griffin Ohio St Urban Meyer Orange Bowl Braxton Miller

I just watched Woody Hayes hit Charlie Bauman on YouTube for the millionth time. In retrospect, I have to wonder if Art Schlichter had actually bet on Clemson to win and therefore threw that terrible interception on purpose? Beat Clemson!
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?
Who could forget the arrest of the last starting QB for the great Woody Hayes. Former Colt QB Art Schlichter:.
I was headed for Woody Hayes, Archie Griffin and Art Schlichter but stopped myself. :)
I'm watching a replay of the 1978 OSU v Michigan football game. Chris Schenkel just said, "Art Schlichter is learning how to not gamble so much with his passes." Yeah, right. Just 40 days later, Art would throw an interception that would lead to Woody Hayes punching a Clemson player. Marking the end of the Woody Hayes era. 41 days later, Art Schlichter would be at Scioto Downs betting on ponies with known gamblers and future head coach Earle Bruce. Strange.
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 ...
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