Ted Ginn Jr. Sprained Foot Celebrating Touchdown

CLEVELAND (AP) - An M-R-I taken yesterday shows Ohio State standout Ted Ginn Junior sprained his left foot during the celebration that followed his 93-yard return for a touchdown on the opening kickoff of Monday's loss to Florida State in the B-C-S championship showdown.

The speedy receiver did not return to the game and the Buckeyes were humbled by the Gators 41-to-14.

Ginn, who will wear a walking boot for a few weeks, has not yet declared whether he'll return to Ohio State for his senior year or enter the N-F-L draft, where he's expected to be a first-round pick. Juniors have until Monday to decide.

Ginn could be one of three juniors leaving Ohio State. Wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez is expected to declare his intention today and tailback Antonio Pittman will make an announcement Monday.