Sport: Buckeye Beauty

The college football season goes into its second half this week. Attendance is 25% below last year's, upsets are commonplace and, as expected, a Midwest coach is tearing toward the goal line with the Coach of the Year under his arm. But he is not Minnesota's George Hauser, Michigan's Fritz Crisler, nor Notre Dame's Frank Leahy. He is a pint-sized upstart: Ohio State's Paul Brown.

Eighteen years ago Paul Brown was too small to make the Ohio State football team. This year, his second as coach, he has made it all right—made it the...

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