Steve Greenberg and former Ohio State wide receiver Larry Zelina take listeners on a comprehensive tour through the undefeated season of the 1968 team, considered one of the strongest in OSU's renowned history. Bob Souer's deep, atmospheric voice helps develop a remarkable magnitude when describing an early clash with top-ranked Purdue, dominating against top rival Michigan, or defeating USC in the Rose Bowl. Ohio State '68: All the Way to the Top also showcases the camaraderie between the players and more behind-the-scenes detail, making it a valuable and insightful listen for Buckeyes fanatics.
This is the story of Ohio State's undefeated run to the 1968 national championship. For Ohio State football loyalists, there hasn't been a time like the 1968 season. In '68, OSU completed a 10-0-0 sweep, won the Rose Bowl over O.J. Simpson and Southern Cal, and finished as the national champion. It was a team of household names for Ohio State fans: Kern, Brockington, Otis, Tatum, Hayden, Stillwagon, Gillian, Provost, Polaski, Foley, Worden, Adams, White, Whitfield, Jankowski, Long, Maciejowski, and Zelina - the latter of whom is the co-author of this work.