What happens when college football's greatest rivalry isn't decided on the field?
TIEBREAKER is the story of the 1973 Ohio State-Michigan football game, which ended in a 10-10 tie and left Big Ten Athletic Directors to vote on which school would represent the Big Ten in the Rose Bowl and contend for a possible National Championship.
The film features rare archival footage and interviews with student-athletes, coaches and administrators who lived the moment, and captures the thoughts and emotions of 12 key participants 40 years later. Two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin, 1973 Heisman Trophy runner-up John Hicks, Buckeye signal caller Cornelius Greene, linebacker Randy Gradishar, defensive back Steve Luke and offensive lineman Steve Myers represented the Scarlet and Gray, while quarterback Dennis Franklin, co-captain Dave Gallagher, fullbacks Ed Shuttlesworth and Bob Thornbladh, kicker Mike Lantry and defensive lineman Don Warner give their perspective from the Maize and Blue.
TIEBREAKER, is a production of BTN Originals, the award-winning group that produces THE JOURNEY, BIG TEN FOOTBALL/BASKETBALL and is directed by Emmy-winners KEVIN SHAW (23films.com) and MATTHEW ENGEL (evramproductions.com).
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