A former Ohio State football All-American football has been charged in a road rage shooting incident in Delaware, Ohio on Sunday afternoon at approximately 3:35pm. James “Jim” Stillwagon, 63, is accused of shooting a truck driver and grazing him in the head. The incident appears to have been sparked by road rage between a driver of a pick-up and a motorcyclist. The incident started outside city of the city of Delaware, Ohio.
The victim, Richard Mattingly of Kettering, Ohio did not suffer life threatening injuries . He was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital and released.
Jim Stillwagon has been charged with one count of Felonious Assault. Stillwagon was a three-year starter with the Ohio State Buckeyes from 1966-1970 under Woody Hayes. He was also an All-America selection as a junior and senior years. Stillwagaon also was awarded the Outland Trophy and was the first-ever recipient of the Lombardi Award.