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Bowl Practice Time For Youngsters To Shine
Bowl practice is about more than just preparing to win one last game this season. The extra work teams earn by qualifying for a postseason game also gives teams a chance to take a look at some of their younger players who have been toiling behind the scenes. "That's what will be fun is to go and watch film of these young guys who've been holding cards and running other people's plays," head coach Jim Tressel said. "You don't get much better doing that." When asked to name any standouts, Tressel highlighted two four-star recruits who are redshirting as freshmen this season: Fort Wayne (Ind.) Paul Harding running back Roderick Smith and East Cleveland (Ohio) Shaw wide receiver Tyrone Williams. "Today, the guy that had a couple good runs was Rod Smith," Tressel said Dec. 14. "He went and took his team down and scored a touchdown and did a good job. He's the first guy I can think of. I saw T.Y. Williams go up and make a really good catch the other day in the scrimmage...
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