COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -Tailback Chris ``Beanie'' Wells may finally be returning to the lineup for No. 14 Ohio State.
Buckeyes coach Jim Tressel said Tuesday that Wells was probable for Saturday's Big Ten opener against Minnesota at Ohio Stadium.
Wells would likely share time with Dan Herron, who has started in his place. The Buckeyes also have replaced fifth-year senior Todd Boeckman at quarterback with freshman Terrelle Pryor.
Wells hurt his right foot early in the third quarter of the opening win against Youngstown State and has missed the Buckeyes' wins over Ohio and Troy and the lopsided loss at top-ranked Southern California two weeks ago.

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