In college football history there are a few coaching legends who become just as identifiable with the teams they coach as the logos on the jerseys. Woody Hayes was one of them. In probably his most memorable season, Hayes led another undefeated Buckeyes team to the Rose Bowl beating USC 27-16. However, the national title game wasn't the highlight of the season for Buckeye fans. That came against rival Michigan when late in the game, already emasculating the Wolverines 50-14 on a decisive touchdown, Hayes went for the two-point conversion. When asked later why he went for two points, Hayes said, "Because I couldn't go for three!" Rational? Nah. Gully and badass? Yes.