Since the Ohio State football program was established way back in the year of 1890, a lot of exciting players have been given the privilege to call themselves “Buckeyes.” A preliminary glance at all of the success that the prestigious program has had in its 123-year history is enough evidence to suggest that in itself.
While there have been a stupendous amount of talented players over the years, only a handful have really stood out as “exciting.”
Since the turn of the century, guys like Maurice Clarrett, Troy Smith, Chris “Beanie” Wells, Terrelle Pryor, Ted Ginn Jr. and Braxton Miller fit that billing quite well. During the 2012 season, a man named Corey—or “Philly”—Brown showed glimpses of such excitement.
Whether Brown was used to carry the rock, run routes to receive passes or carry out the kickoff and punt returning duties, he was liable to make a big play whenever he got his hands on the…
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