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Michigan vs. Ohio State: The Rivalry (2007)

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John Bacon ...
Himself - Author, 'A Legacy of Champions' / Ann Arbor, Michigan
Jack Park ...
Himself - Ohio State Football Historian
Earle Bruce ...
Himself - Ohio State (1951) / Head Coach, Ohio State (79-87)
Jim Stillwagon ...
Himself - Ohio State (68-70)
John Hicks ...
Himself - Ohio State (70, 72-73)
Bo Schembechler ...
Himself - Assistant Coach, Ohio State (58-62) / Head Coach, Michigan (69-89)
Ben Sproat ...
Himself - University of Michigan '48
Bob Rosiek ...
Himself - Michigan Football Historian
Dick Ellwood ...
Himself - Ohio State (49-50)
Chuck Ortmann ...
Himself - Michigan (49-50)
Ron Kramer ...
Himself - Michigan (54-56)
Cornelius Greene ...
Himself - Ohio State (73-75)
Tom Skladany ...
Himself - Ohio State (73-76)
Rex Kern ...
Himself - Ohio State (68-70)
Mike Harden ...
Himself - Columnist, The Columbus Dispatch
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Great documentary. . .
26 March 2008 | by (Arlington, Virginia) – See all my reviews

While I am not a fan of either team, my family roots are in Ohio and I remember my grandfather telling me the storied games between Michigan and Ohio State. They were great stories. My grandmother even sang a song that was in the documentary called "Don't give a Damn for the Whole State of Michigan". The documentary also tells of the stories of Woody Hayes, the great coach who was known for his tough coaching tactics and outstanding results on the field. The documentary provided me with images that had been long talked about in my family for years. It was great! The funny thing is that I am a Notre Dame fan, so I guess that I am the black sheep of the family, but nevertheless this documentary gives great insight to the football culture between these two proud states. It also is always a great reminder for me of my grandparents who one is passed away and the other who has Alzheimer's. It will always be a positive memory and I can't wait for it to come out on DVD. Highly recommend it.


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