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The Antonio Henton Effect
NEW ORLEANS – The writing was on the wall early, but the reality is now sinking in for Ohio State's two backup scholarship quarterbacks. Entering the season tasked with replacing last season's Heisman Trophy winner, head coach Jim Tressel held an open competition that was junior Todd Boeckman's to lose. The question quickly became who was his primary backup, sophomore Robby Schoenhoft or redshirt freshman Antonio Henton. Following the team's 58-7 victory against Northwestern, it appeared Henton had passed Schoenhoft. In the final five OSU possessions, the native of Fort Valley, Georgia, was under center for four of them. He finished the day 2 of 4 for 20 yards and rushed the ball 7 times for 31 yards, looking composed and in control in the pocket. But three days later, Henton was arrested for soliciting a prostitute near campus. He was suspended from team activities for about a week, and when he rejoined the team he did so as the scout team...
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