Buckeyes have two for one

The Ohio State Buckeyes have two Heisman candidates in Ted Ginn and Troy Smith. Last week against Northern Illinois, both players stepped up and had great games.

Ted Ginn caught two touchdowns; one of them was a long toss and the other a ten yard out. This variety is showing everyone that Ginn is developing into one of the best receivers in the nation. Last year, Ginn relied solely on his speed to make big plays. The year he is showing defenses that he has polished his routes and understanding of the game. If he continues to improve, the only thing stopping Ginn from the Heisman Trophy will be Troy Smith.

Troy Smith is continuing to develop into a prime time quarterback. Early last season, Smith would look to run the ball early and not let his receivers finish their routes. The Michigan and Notre Dame games showed everyone that a good mix of passing and Smith can be nightmare to any defense. This season the Buckeye offense has many weapons for Smith to go to. If he continues to let the game flow, the Heisman Trophy will be a nice finishing touch to a great career at OSU.

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