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... On October 20, 2006, Ohio Athletic Director Kirby Hocutt announced the renaming of the Ohio Athletics Hall of Fame to the Kermit Blosser Ohio Athletics Hall of Fame ... Blosser was a multi-sport athlete at Ohio, competing in both football and wrestling ... He helped the football team to a 24-1-1 record and three straight Buckeye Athletic Association titles during his varsity career ...
... The Kermit Blosser Ohio Athletics Hall of Fame is the shrine which all Ohio University Bobcats greats aspire to enter ... Since 1965, inductees to the Blosser Ohio Athletics Hall of Fame are inducted during banquet ceremonies the evening prior to a designated home football game ... honored into perpetuity as their portrait and accomplishments are displayed in the Ohio Athletics Hall of Fame currently located in the Convocation Center ...
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