Pair of Audio Cassette Tapes featuring the 1969 Rose Bowl produced by The Miley Collection, Inc. Led by their Super Sophomores, Ohio State traveled to Pasadena, California, to face second ranked USC and Heisman Trophy winner O.J. Simpson in the Rose Bowl. Ohio State forced five turnovers that day, including two by Simpson in a 27-16 win over the Trojans. It was Woody Hayes' fourth national championship at Ohio State and the school's sixth. This game consists of two cassette tapes and was copyrighted in 1998. The John Miley Collection includes more than 6,000 historic radio and television broadcast recordings of pre-1972 professional and amateur sporting events in every major area of athletic competition. His collection now resides in the Library of Congress.