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Ted Ginn, Jr.

One of our favorite topics on here is Ted Ginn, Ohio State's precocious "athlete".  In just 32 touches last year, he scored 8 times.


On our old location we campaigned hard for people to stand up and notice his skills well before the national media or Ohio State's coaches really took notice.

Anyway, ESPN's blogger extraordinaire Bruce Feldman is reporting that Ginn may finally end up at his original position---cornerback.  He has apparently added some weight and the Chris Gamble comparisons are starting up.  The difference is that Ginn is light years ahead of Gamble athletically, and according to Feldman's sources, defensive technique.  Scary.

We'll file this under Heisman, not necessarily for this year (the 3-headed monster of Bush, Leinart and Peterson should come away with the award), but maybe Ginn's junior year, presumably his last in college football.

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