Kerry Coombs returns to Ohio State as the team's secondary coach and defensive coordinator.
Willis and Roman were pretty good players, IIRC. Per Wiki on Willis:
In 1974, he was clocked as the fastest Buckeye football player ever until that time, running the 100-yard dash in 9.3 seconds. Besides playing as a receiver he also returned kicks and even played some free safety for the Buckeyes. In 1974, he did not catch a pass, but ran 11 times for 146 yards, a 13.3 yards per rush average. In 1975, he caught 17 passes for 350 yards, a 20.6 yards per catch average, with 2 touchdowns. His receiving yards and touchdowns were each good enough to rank 8th in the Big Ten Conference. The Buckeyes won the Big Ten Conference championship in both his years with the team, but lost in the Rose Bowl each season.
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Those were the only other 2 I remembered (although I also remember Stan White SR), and good football players.
Frank was nonetheless the obvious selection. There are tougher ones ahead.
Thanks Matt - won't give away all the answers but John Frank was on the Israeli bobsled team.
The off season bites !!
It's not a rivalry .............. it's a wreckoning.
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