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Jard Work: Not Jumping Around

Beanie for Heisman?

Is Chris "Beanie" Wells really a Heisman candidate? What does Jim Tressel think about his special teams units, and how is Ohio State's scout team preparing the first-team units for action this weekend? Who will be jumping around Saturday night -- and who will not? The answers to these questions and more are in this week's edition of Jard Work.

The goal was clear for Chris Wells as he headed into his junior season. The bruising Ohio State tailback who had burst onto the national scene as one of the most powerful running backs in the country had a stated goal of bringing home a second Heisman Trophy in three years for the Buckeyes. But a foot/toe injury suffered in a season-opening game against Youngstown State when the outcome was...

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