All-Star Bowl: Buckeye RB Legends Roundtable

Some of the top names in Ohio State running back history took part in the All-Star Bowl last night to raise money for two good causes. We met with Maurice Clarett, Boom Herron, Chris Wells and Antonio Pittman afterwards to discuss the game, Ezekiel Elliott and more.

Last night at the All-Star Bowl, there was almost 12,000 rushing yards of Ohio State football history brought together to raise money for two good causes.

More than 10,000 of those yards came from northeast Ohio in Maurice Clarett, Boom Herron, Chris Wells and Antonio Pittman, who suited up for the After-School All-Stars team that fell to Team SKNLUV.

Of course, it was less about winning than the more than 40,000 raised for the above causes. Herron played quarterback for much of the game while the other Buckeye ball carriers chipped in big plays in the flag football game held in New Albany.

Afterward, we caught up with those four former OSU stars to discuss the game, Ezekiel Elliott ("Heisman," Wells said), their thoughts on the spread offense and more.


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