In Troy Smith's Sophomore and Junior years he averaged over 11 rushing attempts a game.This does include sacks, but regardless, this total dipped to just 5.5 rush attempts per game as a Senior.What followed was one of the most wide open touchdowns I have ever seen.Sure, sometimes there is a complete break in coverage that allows a wide receiver to be completely alone in the secondary, but seldom do you see a corner seemingly attempting to cover the receiver the whole play so far away from the point of the catch.Personally I vividly remembered these two touchdowns, but overall I simply recalled this game as another big Teddy Ginn game..the biggest Teddy Ginn game ever.That's right, with 242 total yards Ginn set his personal career high for total yardage, and his two touchdowns were his second highest total ever.
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The only other game that could really be seen as Ginn's best would be his 2004 showcase against Michigan State.
In that game Ginn returned a punt for a touchdown, ran in a reverse for a touchdown, and busted a slant for a game winning touchdown, good for Ginn's only three touchdown game of his career.