Ohio State University's remarkable 2012 season--and the beginning of a new era at the Big Ten school—are recalled in this fascinating account. It tells the story of Urban Meyer, who accepted the job as head coach at Ohio State just before the NCAA banned the Buckeyes from postseason play in 2012, rendering them ineligible for the Big Ten Championship and bowl games. Meyer ultimately rose to the challenge of motivating a group of players to commit to the program despite the ban, and the book recounts what turned out to be one of the most remarkable seasons in Ohio State's 123-year history. Filled with never-before-revealed details about Meyer and the 2012 season, this surprising and entertaining record provides a complete picture of the new age at Ohio State.
About the author
Bill Rabinowitz is a sports writer who has written for the Columbus Dispatch since 1999 and has been on the Ohio State football beat since 2011. He was awarded first place in sports reporting for large newspapers in 2012 from the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists. He lives in Columbus, Ohio. Earle Bruce was the head football coach at Ohio State from 1979 to 1987, notching up a record of 86-26-1. Bruce was also a Buckeyes assistant coach under Woody Hayes from 1966 to 1971. In the mid-1990s, Bruce joined the broadcast team at WTVN radio in Columbus. His annual Earle Bruce's Beat Michigan Tailgate has raised thousands of dollars for various charities. Bruce lives in Dublin, Ohio.
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