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April 03, 1997 - Image 13

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"'COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -
*Brien, who coached Boston Coll
for I9 years, was hired yesterday
.take over a struggling Ohio State te
after two other candidates rejected
job. ,
O'Brien signed a five-year contr
and succeeds Randy Ayers, who v
firdd March 10. He inherits a team
finished 10-17 the last two years
'was ninth in the Big Ten this past s
the deal includes a base salary
50,000 a year. The Boston Her
reported the total package, includ
outside endorsements and radio-
contracts, believed to be worth ab
$650,000 a year.
O'Brien visited the cami
lupnday after Clemson's R
Barnes and Georgia's Tubby Sm
cided to stay where they a
Athletic director Andy Geiger a
Pberviewed Illinois State coa
evin Stallings on Tuesday.
"I think Jim has coached at a hi
level in a conference (the Big Eas
tlihk is comparable to the Big T
;eiger said.
H-Ie said O'Brien convinced him
really wanted to come to Ohio State
was not dissatisfied with Bos
"It was really important to me that
be romance on the rebound," Gei
d. "He was ready for change and
is a change he feels very, very gc
Geiger also said at his news conf
ence that Stanford assistant A
Tucker said she was not interested
replacing fired women's coach Nar
Jucker was believed to be the lead
candidate. Ohio State also has in
Continued from Page 10A
As for the running game, Carr
bn pleased with the progress of sen
Chris Howard and junior Clare'
Williams, who have both seemed m
comfortable after a year of seasoning
)3ut what has Carr most excited v
s backfield corps is sophomore f
back John Anes whose size and vers
ity seem to fit with Michigan traditiC
rnold of bruising backs.
"Our backfield situation should b
19t stronger this fall than it was last y
.eause Anes is a big, powerful bac
Carr said. "He's an outstanding bloc
and receiver, and he's making us a be
football team.
*And then there's Charles Woodson
"I'm excited," Carr said. "We g
kid named Woodson. I think he's gc
to be a starter for us.'
The junior cornerback/receiver
Heisman Trophy candidate should
even more playing time on the offen:
side of the ball, not only to enhance
fhances for college football's top hot
put because he has adjusted to the ofl

dive game quite well according to CQ
"We've learned a lot a year ago at
eying a guy two ways," Carr s
"'He's had enough experience as a v
receiver. You don't have to worry at
Iiis routes, and he's catching balls a
wetter than when he first came over.'
But when Woodson jumps to
defensive side and looks across the f
'to see his cornerback partner, he
{nothing right now, a problem tha
,beginning to concern Carr.
"Defensively, I'm concerned al
e cornerback position," Carr s
"Nobody has taken over for Wo,
Hankins. Andre Weathers and Ti
Washington are in there but I'm not
isfied with that position."
With Griese's success last year
pooch punter, the position has sor
:come into vogue as a special teams p
tion for specialty position players.
"Griese did a tremendous job d
last year,' Carr said. "We may
49 odson back there. Tom Brady
punted in high school.
"It's a great weapon, becaus(
restricts people's ability to rush
Spunter. Woodson thinks he could
anything. He's not as good a punter a
is a cornerback. But who knows?"
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flies coop,
Ayvers at
Ohio State
Jim viewed Detroit-Mercy's Nikita Lowry
ege and San Diego State's Beth Bums.
to O'Brien, who is to have a news con-
am ference in Columbus today, met with his
the former players briefly in Boston yester-
day to tell them he was leaving.
ract Two of Ohio State's three freshmen
was recruits - forward Jon Sanderson of
that Lexington High School and guard
and Michael Redd of Columbus West -
ea- said O'Brien's hiring would have no
affect on their commitments to the
of school. Recruit Shamar Herron, a center
ald from Detroit Pershing, declined com-
ing ment.
TV O'Brien is the second Boston College
out basketball coach hired by Ohio State in
recent years. The Buckeyes took Gary
pus Williams in 1986, and he coached Ohio
ick State to a 59-43 record in three seasons
nith before leaving for Maryland. He was
are. followed by Ayers.
also O'Brien is 168-166 at BC and 235-
ach 217 in 15 seasons of college coach-
igh The Eagles are 41-20 in the last two
t) I seasons and have won 17 or more games
en" in four of the last five years. They won
the Big East regular-season and tourna-
he ment titles this year.
and Ayers, the national coach of the year
ton in 1991 when his team won the first of
two Big Ten championships, was fired a
we day after the Buckeyes finished this sea-
iger son. He was 124-108 in his eight years
this with the school.
ood O'Brien must rebuild a team that has
had four straight losing seasons, a first
fer- in school history.
my "I think we want to get a meeting as
d in soon as possible,' guard Damon
tncy Stringer said. "As soon as we bridge a
relationship, the faster we can rise as a
ding team."



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