Ohio State honored its 2014 class of Athletics Hall of Famers last night with an induction dinner, and the 13 newest inductees will be recognized during the football game tonight. BSB caught up with a few to get their thoughts on the honor in this edition of BSB TV.
's Athletics Hall of Fame now has its newest 13 inductees. The list includes football players Troy Smith, Antoine Winfield, Bob Vogel and Ralph Wolf as well as hockey player Tessa Bonhomme (2004-05, 2007-08), men's fencer Boaz Ellis (2004-06), women's track and field participants Rosalind Goodwin (2002-05) and Tami Smith (2000-03), men's golfer Ralph Guarasci (1975-78), synchronized swimmer Becky Kim (2004-06, 2009) and men's tennis player Jeremy Wurtzman (2002-04). Coaches being inducted in this year's class include wrestling coach Russ Hellickson (1986-2006) and women's basketball coach Nancy Darsch
We caught up with some of the Hall of Famers and got their thoughts on their honor.
Ohio State quarterbacking legend and Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith discusses his honor and beating Michigan.
Antoine Winfield talks about his OSU experiences.
Wrestling coach Russ Hellickson on joining yet another Hall of Fame in his sport.
Tennis star Jeremy Wurtzman was once the No. 1-ranked tennis player in the NCAA.
Hockey star Tessa Bonhomme discusses her gold medal and moving on to a role as a TV commentator in Canada.
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State fans are saying here
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