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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Archie Griffin
Jameis Winston has won the Heisman Trophy, making the Florida State quarterback the second straight freshman to win the award.
Jameis Winston left voters no choice but to give him the Heisman Trophy. And like every other Florida State victory this season, it was a blowout.
Two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin wants to reassure Ohio State fans that things will get better.
Archie Griffin knows that one day he won't be the only multiple Heisman winner.
"Yep. It has been tough. But Ohio State is more than football," Griffin said this week after Jim Tressel was forced to resign as head coach in the midst of a widespread NCAA inquiry. "It's a great university, a lot of great things happening at the university. We will bounce back, no question about it."
"Ohio State has a wonderful tradition, a great program," he said. "It's been proven out over the years. And we'll continue to have that type of program. We'll continue to try and put the best players on the field as well as the coaches. So that's certainly going to be what the powers that be will look to do."