The Massillon Tiger Hall of Champions

We lost an Ohio legend this week…Jim Houston, a Massillon native, graduated from Washington High School 1956 where he played defensive end for Coach Chuck Mather and Coach Tom Harp on the great 1953 and 1954 State Championship teams.  At Ohio State as Captain, 2x MVP and 2x All-American, Jim played for Woody Hayes on the 1957 National Championship team. …

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A man of class, character and integrity, Bill Rohr inspired and greatly impacted many people.  A legend in his hometown of Massillon, Bill Rohr graduated from Washington High School in …

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The Greatest Show in High School Football – Standing on a tradition of nearly 125 years, the Tiger fans, the Tiger Swing Band and the Tiger football team took their …

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It was Michigan vs. Minnesota, November 10, 1910…and three years before Notre Dame’s Knute Rockne and Gus Doris used the forward pass to bewilder Army.  Michigan’s end Stanfield Wells threw …

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A great Massillon Tiger, Steve Studer inspired and greatly impacted many people.  A legend in his hometown of Massillon, “Stu” graduated from Washington High School 1972 where he played for …

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When John McVay’s grandson Sean McVay, 30 was named Head Coach of the Los Angeles Rams yesterday, he became the youngest Head Coach in NFL History.  In fact, on the Rams roster there …

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