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Beanie-Less Buckeyes Soldier On

Beanie on the sidelines.

Team leaders find ways to help their teammates make it through the tough times by making plays for them on the field. True leaders find a way to do so even when the are not able to play. Although Chris "Beanie" Wells did not play against Ohio, he found a way to leave his mark on the game.

When Ohio State charged the field to take on Ohio University, it did so with one notable exception. Junior tailback Chris Wells, the Heisman Trophy candidate who goes by the name of "Beanie," was relegated to the sidelines after suffering a foot injury one week prior against Youngstown State. While his teammates ran through the marching band and toward the bench, Beanie found himself walking to... Recommended Stories

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