Vonn Bell Makes Big Impact in First Start For Ohio St.

Reported by: Webb Wright
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Updated: 1/05 12:07 am
      Former Ridgeland high school star Vonn Bell made the most of his first career collegiate start, recording seven tackles and a key interception for Ohio St. in their 40-35 Orange Bowl loss to Clemson.
      Bell's interception came in the first half with Ohio State trailing 14-9, picking off Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd inside the five yard line, saving a Tigers touchdown. The nifty one handed grab landed Bell in Sportscenter's Top 10 plays of the night.
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