The Buckeyes were ready to march - not just to a Big Ten title - not just to the Rose Bowl - but to the National Championship. In 1966, The Ohio State University Buckeyes suffered only their second losing season under Coach Woody Hayes. In 1967, with a record of 2-3, many fans were calling for Woody’s head, and it appeared the Buckeyes needed to win the last four games of the season or the 1968 Buckeyes would be playing for different coaches. What the fans didn't know was that OSU had a "secret weapon."
Join the 3-time letterman Larry Zelina, Coach Earle Bruce, and your host Mark "Munch" Bishop, as they relive 1968 - the year of the "Super Sophomores." Experience the thrills and excitement as the Ohio State Buckeyes march to the National Championship.