Adding to the "games weren't on TV back then" element:
We listened to games on the radio most of the time, and then the first chance to see some film was on Woody's TV show at 11 pm, along with his hilarious interviews with the players, where he asked them all kinds of questions. The players' answer to ever question was "that's right coach" and "Yes sir coach".
Then, if you didn't have to go to Church on Sunday, WOSU TV showed the game the next day on Channel 34. No commercials, and amateur announcers - probably students, right? but it was like 8mm film with no sound that they would show on the wall and then shoot it with a TV camera. But that way you got to "watch the replay". I think that's what it was called, "OSU Replay".
So anyone who wants to get nostalgic for the old days, remember that we only got to watch one or two games a year! And no youtube or eleven warriors to check out later! Dude, we were poor!!! :-)