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Jard Work: Not Jumping Around
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 already well decided kept him out for three games – including the USC game – and ruined those chances. Or did they? In the eyes of the player known as "Beanie," those Heisman hopes are alive and well. "There's a lot of great athletes out there and I'd like to think that the Heisman is not out of my reach," he said. "A lot of times people get to thinking the Heisman is all about numbers or a team's record, but when it all comes down to it it's who is the best player in college football, plain and simple." By that logic, then, Wells feels a solid finish during the final eight games of the regular...
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