1. Image resizing as you want
2. Duplicate layer
3. Image > Adjustments > Desaturate
4. Change Layer mode to Overlay
5. Set the Opacity to 60%
6. Layer > Flatten Image
7. Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation. Set "Master"saturation to -30, and then change to "Red" and set to -20 [or as your taste].
8. Image > Adjustments > Shadows/Highlights. I set Highlights to about 30 and the shadows around 10 or less [again, it is your personal adjustments]
9. Levels [1.10 midtone]
10. Add contrast [Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast (5-10)]
11. I played little with curves, i created S shape just a slightly
12. Watch the colors, if still not good enough or has some casts then you can go back to Hue/Saturation anytime, and now i use PSCS4 i can use Auto Tone which may correct a little.
13. Last step, Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask, set the Amount to 20, and Radius to 200 and Threshold 0, I applied it twice for more punch
Save for web or save as JPEG
Here is the result: http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/9412/...4122397lo3.jpg
As you can see, it is different than my first try above, just because i was looking to save the details and the highlights on his face, but in the first one i used portraiture for adding that smooth a bit and higher highlights.