The John Carroll University graduate won two Super Bowl titles and the most games (347) in NFL history.
The native Clevelander and Browns player won four Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Akron native played for Paul Brown and coached with Woody Hayes. He guided Notre Dame to two national championships.
Sure, he went from Barberton to Ohio State to Michigan, but where would college football's best rivalry be without him?
The Kent State graduate led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to a 1988 national championship.
The son of Baldwin Wallace coach Lee Tressel, he won four Division I-AA titles at Youngstown State and a BCS National Championship at Ohio State.
A Mount Union graduate, he's the only person to be the first coach for two NFL expansion teams.
A perfect 12-0 as the Buckeyes coach last season, Meyer grew up in Ashtabula and guided the University of Florida to two BCS National Championships.
The Elyria-born Miles has guided the LSU Tigers to one BCS National Championship.
Born in Youngstown, Stoops won a BCS National Championship at Oklahoma in 2000.