This past weekend saw a feat never before accomplished by an Ohio State University football team. The Buckeyes successfully defeated the dreaded “Team from the North” for the fifth year in a row (42-7). How many rivalries can actually attest to the fact that a coach’s career seemingly hinges upon one game year after year. Coaches are booed or cheered, lauded or fired on the outcome of the traditional regular season finale for OSU and UofM. I had the thrill of sitting in the south stands of Ohio Stadium in the Block O section in November 1992. What I remember most came at the closing moments of halftime. A man decided to have his brief moment of fame by running across the field wearing absolutely nothing. Although what is name actually is is anyone’s guess (so much for his fifteen minutes). The streaker was subsequently given an overcoat and apprehended by officers following his run for the goal posts. Incidentally, the game ended in a 13-13 tie much to the dismay of the OSU seniors who had never defeated their archrivals.