College football: Harrison Jr. achieves rare Ohio State feat

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COLUMBUS — Marvin Harrison Jr. is Ohio State football’s first consensus All-American receiver in 27 years, and his drive for unanimous recognition continues.

Harrison was the lone Buckeye voted first team All-American by The Associated Press. Along with his previous recognition from the Walter Camp Football Foundation and the Football Writers Association of America, he became the first receiver to make three of the five major lists since Terry Glenn in 1995.

Harrison can achieve unanimous All-America distinction if he makes first team from both The Sporting News (Tuesday) and the American Football Coaches Association.

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