Stuhldreher, a 5-7, 151-pounder from Massillon, Ohio, was a self-assured leader who not only could throw accurately but also returned punts and proved a solid blocker. The quarterback was one component of the infamous Four Horsemen. He emerged as the starting signal-caller four games into his sophomore season in 1922. The self-assured leader went on to coach football at Wisconsin, as well as become the athletic director there. Stuhldreher was elected into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1958.