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Some (probably) untold Woody stories

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by BretGoBlue, Jul 20, 2004.

  1. BretGoBlue

    BretGoBlue Wolverine Spy

    I just bought Jim Brandstatter's book Tales From Michigan Stadium and there was a few Woody stories in the book that I figured I'd share because most of you probably don't know them.

    As I get to more Woody stories, which I'm sure I will, I'll be sure to post those as well.
  2. kippy1040

    kippy1040 Junior

    Brett; Here is another one for you. Back in the late 70's Coach Hayes owned a little nissan pick-up truck and drove it regularly to park in his assigned position at St. Johns Arena. Well soem of ohis assistants decided to have fun with the "OLd Man" and positioned thier cars much closer, creating a very tight spot for Coach Hayes to pull into. All of them on the 2nd floor were anxiously awaiting his arrival and sure enough Woody pulled in to a very "tight position" and not realizing the difficulty he would have trying to get his over sized body out of the truck. Woody realizing that this dilemma was something that he could not overcome paused for a few moments and suddenly decided to back the truck straight out until he could free his body out of the truck and then proceeded to the back of the vehicle and shoved it in to place of his assigned designated area. This was an exerpt also from the book " Hotline to Victory".
  3. BuckeyeInTheBoro

    BuckeyeInTheBoro This space left intentionally blank

    Great stories!

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