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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Dick Tressel
"All along, Jim has understood how important defense is to win championships. But he's been a quarterback all his life. He understands the game really well, but he has this passion for the offense and understanding it really well and knowing how exciting that part of it is," Dick Tressel said.
Dick Tressel, Jim's older brother and his running backs coach at Ohio State, says there's a trickle-down theory, from father to sons, that is still in force with the Buckeyes.