1968 Purdue: A game that will forever be remembered as one of the most stunning wins in Ohio State's history. The Buckeyes' upset of number one Purdue avenged a 41-6 loss just one year before and propelled the '68 team to the national title
Paul Brown: Paul Brown was in innovator, a pioneer and a legend in his own time. His brief but successful tenure brought Ohio State to their first national title in 1942. But just as he appeared to be building a Buckeye dynasty, Brown was swept away by the winds of World War II, leaving Buckeye fans to forever wonder, "What if..?"
1974 Michigan State: In one of the Big Ten's most controversial games ever, Ohio State's unbeaten season - and number one ranking - came crashing down in a frenetic climax that culminated in a cloud of confusion so strange, the outcome is still debated today