Bob Brown '49: Bob Brown ended his career with a total of 1,277 points, following his career he was formerly ranking third in points. He also was formerly ranked second in field goals made (505) and was tied in ranking ninth for field goal attempts. During the 1946-47 season he scored 437 points to rank fifth in the nation. His top scoring performance also came that year as he established a Miami record at the time with 39 points against Evansville. He earned all-Ohio honors as center in both 1946-47 and 1947-48. He was also selected to the Converse All-America team and received honorable mention on the Chuck Taylor All-America team. Brown is currently the regional sales manager for Kaiser Steel. He remained active in University affairs, and served as president of the Houston, Texas, alumni club. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1972.
Ernie Kellermann '65: was a three-time all-Mid-American Conference quarterback from 1962-64. At the time, he established 14 records and was Miami's all-time total offensive leader with 3,978 yards. His biggest game passing-wise came against Houston in the Tangerine Bowl in 1962 when he completed 17 of 40 passes for 265 yards. In his senior year he set four passing records by completing 88 of 149 passes for 1, 260 yards and a completion percentage of .591. Redskin fan will never forget his 88-yard touchdown pass that enabled Miami to defeat Purdue, 10-7, for the upset of the collegiate football season in 1962. Since gradation in 1965, Kellermann became a defensive back for the Cleveland Browns from 1966-71, at Cincinnati from 1971-72 and Buffalo from 1972-73. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1972.
Marvin Pierce '16: Marvin Pierce graduated from Miami in 1916. He was a four-sport standout in football, basketball, baseball and tennis. In 1913 Miami upset Denison in football, 19-0, and "Monk" Pierce accounted for all the points on four field goals, a touchdown and an extra-point placement. He also helped lead Miami to gridiron victories over Cincinnati in 1914 and 1915. In one baseball game against Oberlin, Pierce fanned 13 batters, hit three for five and stole a base. He was the first recipient of the M-Man of the Year award in 1968. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1972.
Bo Schembechler '51: A 1951 graduate of Miami, Bo earned two letters as an offensive tackle in football and two as a pitcher in baseball at Miami from 1949-50. He served as an assistant football coach at Presbyterian College, Bowling Green, Northwestern and Ohio State prior to returning to Miami in 1963 as head football coach. In his six years at Miami he compiled a record of 40-17-3 and guided the Redskins to co-championships in the Mid-American Conference in 1965 and 1966. He was voted "Coach of the Year" in the MAC in 1965. He became the head football coach at the University of Michigan in 1969 and compiled a 21-year record of 194-48-5. His teams won or shared 13 Big 10 titles and appeared in 17 post-season bowl games. In his first year at Michigan he was selected the national "Coach of the Year" by both the America Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and the Football Writers of America Association (FWAA). Frown 1988-90 Schembechler served in the dual role of football coach and athletic director at Michigan. A past president of the AFCA, he was inducted into Miami's Athletic Hall of Fame in 1972. Schembechler retired form coaching after 1989 football season where at the time he had the fifth most victories in NCAA Division I history with a record of 234 wins, 65 defeats and eight ties for a winning percentage of .775 and was ranked in 18th place.
Charles Shugert '32: A 1932 graduate of Miami. Shugert participated in both cross-country and track, captured three consecutive Buckeye Cross-Country titles. Won the NCAA two-mile run in Chicago in 1932. Also won the Ohio AAU two-mile run in same year. Placed third in six-mile run in National AAU in 1931. Finished fifth in the 5,000 meter Olympic trials in 1932. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1972.