Ohio State Legend Archie Griffin, Only Two-Time Heisman Winner, Talks About His High School Days

In this week's episode of "Journey to Greatness," we hear from the legendary Ohio State Buckeye, Archie Griffin. Griffin is the only college football player to have won the prestigious Heisman Trophy twice, a remarkable feat in itself. As a junior in 1974, he led the nation in rushing yards with an impressive 1,695, securing his first Heisman. He continued his success as a senior, adding another 1,450 yards to his record and bringing home the award for the second time. Griffin humbly credits his teammates and coaches for his success, emphasizing that the Heisman is a team award. His exceptional career at Ohio State earned him a spot in the College Football Hall of Fame. But Griffin's journey to greatness started even earlier. Growing up, he idolized the late Jim Brown, who was also inducted into the National High School Football Hall of Fame alongside him. Griffin fondly recalls how, as