Ten games. Nine victories.
In recent history, no coach on either side of the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry dominated The Game like Jim Tressel did.
As Urban Meyer prepares to start a new chapter in the rivalry tomorrow afternoon, Buckeye Nation will have the opportunity to thank Tressel for the chapter he wrote. When Ohio State honors the 2002 national title team between the first and second quarters, Tressel will be among the coaches and players in attendance.
Buckeyes fans saw firsthand how important Tressel was to the rivalry when the team struggled without him in a 40-34 loss last year. From his preparation for the game to his brilliance calling it—forgetting just how brilliant he was against Michigan is easy to do.
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