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Is it possible for an Ohio State running back to have a "quiet" 1,331-yard season? Apparently so, as was proven by Antonio Pittman in 2005. Pittman still isn't mentioned as one of the best backs in the country, but that could very well change this season. We caught up with Pittman who gave his goals for the 2006 season, his thoughts on freshman tailback Chris Wells, and much more.

Ohio State tailback Antonio Pittman is one of those athletes that can be confident without sounding arrogant and cocky. Last year he exploded for 1,331 rushing yards and he has even bigger plans for his junior season. "I'm feeling great," Pittman said. "Going into my junior year, I've grown a lot since I've been here. My mindset is just to get out here and tear it up this year. I want to lead... Recommended Stories

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