The 10 Greatest Ohio State Buckeye Running Backs

July 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In our ongoing series, we have already looked at the following positions: wide receiver, linebacker, offensive line, defensive back, fullback and tight end, defensive line, quarterback, and specialists.
The rich tradition of Ohio State football includes All-Americans at every position.  Still, the signature position, at least in the minds of most fans, is tailback.  For that reason, we have saved this spot for last, and conclude our series by looking at the 10 greatest halfbacks in Buckeye history.
10. Michael Wiley
He burst onto the scene in 1996, scoring three long touchdowns in his first game as a true freshman, and went on to rush for nearly 3,000 yards in his career, averaging close to six yards per carry.  Dangerous as a receiver, too, Wiley was a home run hitter who was always a threat to take it to the house. 

9.  Raymont Harris This big guy nicknamed himself "The Ultraback" because of his versatility,...

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