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HISTORIC COVERAGE
Andrew Lawrence
August 19, 2008
BETWEEN HEISMAN WINNERS HOPALONG CASSADY AND TROY SMITH, Ohio State football has been well-covered by SPORTS ILLUSTRATED. Among the other luminous lettermen who have had brushes with front-page fame are Archie Griffin, the only two-time Heisman winner; Dan (Big Daddy) Wilkinson, who went on to become the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft; and Andy Katzenmoyer, the school's first Butkus Award winner. But the Buckeye who has basked most often in the SI spotlight is Craig Krenzel, with three cover appearances. Here are the rest of the Ohio State cover boys
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August 19, 2008

Historic Coverage

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BETWEEN HEISMAN WINNERS HOPALONG CASSADY AND TROY SMITH, Ohio State football has been well-covered by SPORTS ILLUSTRATED. Among the other luminous lettermen who have had brushes with front-page fame are Archie Griffin, the only two-time Heisman winner; Dan (Big Daddy) Wilkinson, who went on to become the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft; and Andy Katzenmoyer, the school's first Butkus Award winner. But the Buckeye who has basked most often in the SI spotlight is Craig Krenzel, with three cover appearances. Here are the rest of the Ohio State cover boys

OCTOBER 24, 1955
After an undefeated 1954, Hopalong Cassady ran for 958 yards, 15 touchdowns and away with the Heisman in '55.

OCTOBER 13, 1958
The Buckeyes' damn band was the best in the land.

NOVEMBER 11, 1968
Bruce Jankowski helped OSU snare another title.

SEPTEMBER 15, 1969
After a perfect season, Ohio State hoped to repeat.

NOVEMBER 9, 1970
Jack (the Assassin) Tatum and OSU aimed for 10-0.

SEPTEMBER 9, 1974
Archie Griffin headlined in his first Heisman season.

NOVEMBER 12, 1979
Led by Art Schlichter (top, right), OSU was in the hunt.

NOVEMBER 26, 1979
Schlichter was a Heisman candidate as a sophomore.

APRIL 25, 1994
Although he didn't play defense until he went to OSU, tackle Dan Wilkinson became a No. 1 draft pick.

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