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I think Auburn did the right thing at the time, passing on Seastrunk. And I think he's a pretty good kid that just got caught up in where his mother and Lyles wanted him to go (not that Oregon is a bad place to go). But he seems to be settling in to Baylor's system and will likely be on the national radar next year.
If you saw some of his runs last night, you know he's for real. After 138 last night went over 1000 for the season.
But look closely at his season.
Through the first SEVEN games he only had 29 carries total, for 181 yards (26 yards per game). He didn't get more than 5 carries in a game in the first five games, and didn't go over 7 carries in games 6 or 7.
Then, starting in game 8, he got 17 carries....and went over 100 yards (something he would do in five of the last six games, going for 91 against Oklahoma).
In games 8 through 13, a six game span, he ran for 831 yards on 102 carries (nearly 140 yards per game). That's over 8 yards per carry in those six games, and over 9 yards per carry in his last four games (185, 136, 178, 138).
So when he says he wants to win the Heisman, he might be right. He's got two years to try.
The wheels on the bus go 'round and 'round.
Huddles are for rookies.
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