Legendary Ohio State running back Archie Griffin -- the only two-time winner of the Heisman Trophy -- is stepping down from his job as president of the school's alumni association, the Columbus Dispatch reports.



Griffinn, 60, has had the job since 2004. According to the Dispatch, he will become a part-time advisor in the school's Office of Advancement, which helps raise money for the university.



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