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S. RES. 14

Commending the Ohio State University Buckeyes football team for winning 
 the 2002 NCAA Division I-A collegiate national football championship.



                            January 7, 2003

  Mr. Voinovich (for himself and Mr. DeWine) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to



Commending the Ohio State University Buckeyes football team for winning 
 the 2002 NCAA Division I-A collegiate national football championship.

Whereas in 2002, the Ohio State University claimed its fifth undisputed Division 
        I-A collegiate national football championship;
Whereas Ohio State captured its 29th Big Ten Conference championship;
Whereas Ohio State finished the season with a perfect 14-0 record, its first 
        unbeaten season since 1968;
Whereas on the way to the national championship, Ohio State defeated 5 ranked 
        opponents, including a 14-9 triumph over the University of Michigan;
Whereas Ohio State is the first Big Ten team to qualify for and win the Bowl 
        Championship Series national championship game;
Whereas seniors strong safety Mike Doss, middle linebacker Matt Wilhelm, and 
        punter Andy Groom, along with sophomore placekicker Mike Nugent, have 
        been named first-team All-Americans;
Whereas Jim Tressel has lead Ohio State to a national championship in just his 
        second year as head coach at Ohio State and has been recognized for his 
        accomplishments as a finalist for the 2002 Football Writers' Association 
        of America (FWAA)/Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award; and
Whereas the Ohio State University community, including the Ohio State University 
        Athletic Department, the Ohio State University Marching Band, and the 
        Ohio State cheerleaders, as well as the students, administration, board 
        of trustees, faculty, and alumni, the city of Columbus, and the entire 
        State of Ohio, are to be congratulated for their continuous support of 
        the Ohio State University football team: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the Senate--
            (1) commends the Ohio State University Buckeyes football 
        team for winning the 2002 NCAA Division I-A collegiate football 
        national championship;
            (2) recognizes the achievements of all the players, 
        coaches, and support staff who were instrumental in helping the 
        Ohio State University win the 2002 NCAA Division I-A collegiate 
        football national championship and invites them to the United 
        States Capitol Building to be honored;
            (3) requests that the President recognize the 
        accomplishments and achievements of the 2002 Ohio State 
        University football team and invite them to Washington, D.C. 
        for a White House ceremony for national championship teams; and
            (4) directs the Secretary of the Senate to make available 
        enrolled copies of this resolution to the Ohio State University 
        for appropriate display and to transmit an enrolled copy of the 
        resolution to each coach and member of the 2002 NCAA Division 
        I-A collegiate national championship football team.

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