1957 Ohio State Buckeyes Ticket Art by Row One
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1957 Purdue vs. Ohio State Buckeyes 

Made from an authentic '57 OSU Buckeye football ticket. OSU won 20-7 in Columbus.

Coached by Woody Hayes, the Buckeyes won their final 9 games, the Big 10 Championship, and a National Title.

 

 

 

  • Ready to hang with a wire hanger 
  • Dust cover back
  • 1.5 inch wide sides 
  • Available in three sizes 
  • Digitally restored for vibrant color
  • Shipped within 7 business days
  • Printed in the U.S.A.  

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The 1957 Ohio State Buckeyes football team represented the Ohio State University in the 1957 college football season. The team was led by captains Galen Cisco and Leo Brown. They were the third national title team in Ohio State football history. They were coached by Hall of Fame coach Woody Hayes. The Buckeyes were awarded the title by the UPI Coaches Poll and represented the Big Ten Conference in the Rose Bowl.

The Buckeyes finished the 1956 season with a two shut-out losses to Iowa and Michigan. Going into the 1957 season fans had a feeling of rebuilding. The feeling was made stronger with an opening loss to unranked TCU. To make matters worse, Michigan StateMinnesota, Michigan and Iowa were all ranked in the Top 6 of the AP Poll Rankings while Ohio State would not be ranked until late October. Coach Hayes rallied the team every week and made them better following this loss.

The Buckeyes came back with a big win at Washington and victories over Illinois, Wisconsin and Purdue, along with crushing victories over Indiana and Northwestern. A shocking Purdue upset over #2 Michigan State, a tie between Michigan and Iowa, and Minnesota’s unraveling season after a loss to Illinois continued to help the Buckeyes.

It was a late star performance by sophomore fullback Bob White against unbeaten Iowa that pushed the team even further. Trailing 13–10 and on their own 32-yard line, White ran on six of the eight plays for 66 out of the 68 yards, capped off by a 5-yard touchdown run..

A victory over Michigan moved the Bucks up to #2 in the AP, behind Auburn. However, the UPI Coaches' poll voted OSU #1 and Auburn #2. The Bucks were also declared #1 by the Football Writers Association Poll.

In a hard fought Rose Bowl game, a late field goal by Don Sutherin in the fourth quarter sealed the victory over the Oregon Ducks. The Buckeyes finished the season 9–1.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1957_Ohio_State_Buckeyes_football_team

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1957 Ohio State Buckeyes Ticket Art by Row One

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