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Ranking the Best SEC Running Backs

A.J. McCarron hands the ball off to T.J. Yeldon. Photo by Jason Marcum. When you think of the SEC, it’s hard not to think of hard-nosed, ground-and-pound football. Even in today’s world where offenses are geared more towards the pass, the SEC still produces some of the best rushing attacks in the country. That will be the case again in 2014, and for once, the Kentucky Wildcats...
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Heard to transfer to Kentucky

Braylon Heard is a 5’11” 185 lb. running back from Youngstown, Ohio. Coming out of high school, he was very highly recruited and wound up signing with the Nebraska Cornhuskers. After becoming unhappy with his lack of playing time, Heard decided he wanted a transfer, and Mark Stoops wanted him in Lexington. Stoops and Heard both share the same high school and hometown. Today,...
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April 11, 2013  |  Discuss
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