COLUMBUS (AP) -Ohio State tailback Chris ``Beanie'' Wells worked out with the team in pads and is on target to play against No. 1 Southern California on Saturday night.
Co-offensive coordinator Darrell Hazell said Wells had a good practice Wednesday, did not limp off and is ahead of a schedule in his recovery. Hazell says he expected to see Wells at full strength by the weekend.
Wells hurt his right foot during the fifth-ranked Buckeyes' opener against Youngstown State, and then did not play in last week's narrow win against Ohio.

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