Back to Main MenuCelebrationsFraud PreventionManage Your AdPlace an AdThe amazing Buckeyes pulled another one out of the fire as they closed out a remarkable season by edging Michigan 9 7 on a perfect afternoon yesterday before 77,733 fans.Trailing 7 6, Ohio State marched 91 yards and won the game when Lakewood's Bob Funk kicked a 28 yard field goal with just 75 seconds left to play. It was the third time this season that Funk rescued the Bucks from defeat. He did it against Washington and Minnesota and now the Bucks can reflect on all their hard earned glories.It was a great windup to a great game. Funk's kick, his eighth field goal of the season, which tied an all time Ohio State record, was just one of the highlights in the clutch drive.The great running of fullback Will Sander, two key reverse plays by Bob (Bo) Rein and a keeper run on third down by quarterback Don Unverferth after a fake to Sanders were others. But the one play many fans here and those in the regional television audience will remember longest is the fourth down play that Ohio State successfully executed deep in its own territory which saved the day.With the ball on the Ohio 16 and needing one yard, Sander smashed off tackle for three to the 19.Sander was magnificent in this clock eating 91 yard drive as he churned out 46 yards in 10 carries. Rein made 22 and six in two well run reverses.Unverferth's run of three yards, after faking beautifully to Sander, was another vital play.Funk, former Lakewood High ace, almost turned out to be the goat of the game. The usually accurate place kicker missed a routine placement attempt after Ohio's first quarter touchdown. Funk, who kicked 16 of 20 conversions this year, failed when his boot went to the right.Michigan capitalized on a pass interception to score on a two yard run by fullback Dave Fisher in the second period. The Wolves went ahead 7 6 when Rick Sygar of Niles split the uprights.After Ohio's field goal, Michigan made a last ditch attempt by driving through the air to the Ohio 33. After three passes failed in the closing seconds. Paul D'Eramo, Michigan sophomore from Youngstown, tried a 50 yard field goal that was far short.Ohio's winning points came as Michigan's band was blaring "To the Victor," an appropriate melody in view of the pressure cooker finish which saw the Bucks win their fifth straight game and close the season with a 7 2 record.Ohio State was second in the Big Ten for the second year in a row and did it with a team thin in replacements and weak at some positions. The Bucks overcame their deficiencies with courage and determination.Coach Woody Hayes of the Bucks was generous in his praise of the team."Oh my gosh, we've come along real well," Hayes began. "I've never had a team develop like this. . . . I've never had a clutch team like this. . . . It has also been one of the luckiest in winning close games that I've had."Hayes credited retired place kicking coach Ernie Godfrey with developing the Bucks as a good place kicking team. "Thanks to Godfrey, Ohio State is always blessed with good kickers. You would be amazed at what that means to a ball team," Hayes said.On the fourth quarter winning drive, Hayes said: "We had a heck of a notion to pass on that last drive. . . . We have been plagued with interceptions and I was afraid to risk it."Hayes said it was Ohio's game plan to pass. "But when we started to move on the ground, we're back home, so that's what we did." 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Although, taking you back in time before I move on might get you frustrated enough to experience my frustration with my own procrastination let's go back: On November 6, 2008, I wrote an article entitled, "Happy Sad Joyful" in it, I included a list of things I would be doing to keep myself busy while my husband went to work out of state. Let's review the list: 1. Catch up on my list of books to read. 2. Dust off the treadmill, put the junk away, stand on it and consider turning it on. 3. Unpack the last of the boxes from our move. 4. Catch up on my list of books to read. 5. Write another Bible study. 6. Stand on the clean treadmill, turn it on, and then turn it off. 7. Go out on a date or two with my boyfri I mean son. (Don't be startin' rumors.) 8. Thank God for my incredible husband and his willingness to provide for his family. 9. Stand on the clean treadmill, turn it on, keep it on and get in great shape. 10. Rejoice in the Lord for His goodness. Please note items 2, 6, and 9. Today is April 22, 2009; at 8:00am, I dusted the treadmill and put the junk away. At 8:30am, I stood on the treadmill, turned it on, and then turned it off. At 8:45am, I stood on the treadmill, turned it on and kept it on. This is where the real story begins! Okay Teresa, you can do this, I say to myself as I stand on the treadmill, turning the knob to the line marked medium. As I walk, I start to bee bop to the music, smiling because I am on my way to looking great for my gorgeous construction worker husband when suddenly I feel a rather sharp poke on my bum what in the world was that, I say. Turning around, I see the end of the bar to my son's weight set positioned ever so conveniently. Great now I have to keep the pace on this treadmill, and make sure I don't lag an inch or I will be poked in the bum; talk about motivation! I was quite impressed with myself as I had been walking at a hurried pace for 3 minutes and I could still breathe. Let's turn it up a bit shall we, I think. BAD MOVE way too fast, I had to run, metal gently touching my bum reminding me not to fall behind. Heart beating faster and faster, and I can't turn the machine down because the knob is a tad rusted for lack of use what do I do? Jump off and take my chances? In a state of panic I look to the writing on the machine for help. It was then I came across the following: Read owners manual before operating Do not stand on walking belt while starting the treadmill Moving parts can cause injury Stop if you feel faint, dizzy, or out of breath Alas! I realized I went about this whole treadmill thing all wrong. According to its own instructions, you are not to stand on the belt if you want to start the treadmill. And duh, of course moving parts cause injury. If I would have turned it on, and watched it from a distance, I would not have felt faint or dizzy. And I certainly would not have been short of breath. Seriously, that thing tried to kill me I had no idea exercise could be hazardous to my health and as it turns out, my bum as well.
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