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Jim StillwagonArtists for Athletes ~ Jim Stillwagon ~ Ohio State Buckeyes
Jim Stillwagon was the first college football player win the Lombardi Award and the Outland Trophy and the in the same year.He was twice selected an All-American.
As a starter at nose guard, his teams won three Big Ten titles, played in two Rose Bowls and won the 1968 National Championship.
After graduation, he was drafted by the Green Bay Packers but chose to play in the Canadian Football League.
Jim was one of the premier defensive linemen in that league before retiring.
He is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame and the Ohio State Hall of Fame.
This 11 x 14 inch limited edition unmatted print is one of only 150 signed and numbered by the artist and authentically autographed by Jim Stillwagon in red sharpie.
The lawsuit by Jim Stillwagon, a former Ohio State captain and member of the 1968 national championship team, followed his acquittal last fall on all charges stemming from the September 2012 incident in Delaware in central Ohio.
Investigators alleged a truck driver was grazed by a bullet when Stillwagon fired at him.
Stillwagon had been riding a motorcycle.
Stillwagon, 65, acknowledged firing at the driver three times in fear for his life when the truck began backing up toward him at one point, according to his lawsuit.
Stillwagon said he later fired a fourth shot at a tire on the truck to disable it, then hit the driver in the head with his gun.He said the driver had tried at least six times to attack him during the encounter that investigators say spanned 14 miles.
The case went to trial but a judge dismissed all charges before it reached the jury, saying Stillwagon was the only credible participant in the encounter, according to the lawsuit.
Stillwagon, who said the ordeal cost him $400,000 in legal and other fees, is suing to be compensated for his losses and for financial damages against the city and the officers, and for attorney costs.
September 02, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Toronto - The Toronto Argonauts Alumni Association is pleased to announce that defensive tackle Jim Stillwagon will be named an All-Time Argo at the September 11 Retro Night game vs. the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Rogers Centre.
This addition brings the total number of All-Time Argos to 20 and the first All-Time Argo named since 2006.
Peter Martin, President of the Alumni Association, remarked, "On behalf of the Toronto Argonauts Alumni Association, I would like to congratulate Jim on this honour.
By today's standards, Jim was considered to be an undersized lineman, however, he more than made up for it with his quickness, speed, and perhaps more importantly, his work ethic.
Stillwagon paired up with another Jim, Corrigall, to create one of the toughest defensive lines and run-stopping tandems in the league during the 1970s.
A three-time CFL and East Division All-Star (1971, 1972 and 1974), Stillwagon was named to the Modern Era (1954-1973) All-Argonaut Team in 1974 and was added to the club's All-Time Argos Depth Chart in 2007 at defensive tackle.
Stillwagon was brought into the Argos organization by former Head Coach and General Manager Leo Cahill in 1971 after a stellar career as a three-year starter with the Ohio State Buckeyes.
An All-American in his junior and senior year, Stillwagon was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1991.
Just prior to joining the Argos, Stillwagon was a fifth round draft pick of the Green Bay Packers in the 1971 NFL Draft.
Commented Stillwagon, "This honour is bigger than just me.
It is a statement of achievement for the players I played with, the coaches I played for and the opponents I played against.
The way that the Argonauts organization has contributed to the game of football since its inception is like no other and this is truly one of the great accomplishments of my football career."
Honouring Jim StillwagonJim will be named an All-Time Argo during halftime at the September 11 game.
He will arrive in Toronto on Wednesday, September 9 and watch the Argonauts pre-game walk through, address the team and attend the media conference at University of Toronto at Mississauga the day before the game.
At the game, the ceremony will feature a video tribute, the unveiling of the banner, a gathering of alumni from all generations on-field, a short speech by Jim and a gift presentation by Argos President and CEO Bob Nicholson and Vice Chair Michael "Pinball" Clemons.
In addition, fans are invited to meet Jim and other alumni at a pre-game autograph session outside Gate 3 beginning at 5:45 p.m.
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