Hayes, Wayne

Hayes, (Wayne Woodrow) “Woody”

(1913–87) football coach; born in Upper Arlington, Ohio. Known for his conservative, "three yards and a cloud of dust" offense, he won national titles in 1954 and 1968 at Ohio State (1951–78).
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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At Rastrick: Craig Newton (Lower Hopton) v Phil Lee, Craig Gant (Netherton Con) v Anthony Gartside, Harry Seehra (Lower Hopton) v Andy Hayes, Wayne Moseley (Lockwood Con) v Danny Barwise, John Spinks (Pudsey BC) v Jason Dermott, Michael Martin (Canalside Sp) v Stephen Glover, Graeme Wilson (Lower Hopton, capt) v John Dalziel, Gary Siswick (Crosland Moor) v Phil Aspinall, Ashley Tattersley (Lower Hopton) v Lee Stringfellow, Robert Hitchen (Lower Hopton) v Jimmy Fagan, Jack Dyson (Netherton Con) v Craig Taylor, Ashley Daykin (Netherton Con) v Kevin Kearns.