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The competition at running back has been on the wire for awhile. Syracuse University has had a long, storied tradition in the backfield with alum like Jim Brown, Ernie Davis, Larry Csonka, and Floyd Little. The Orange are expected to be able to run the ball, which leads us to today. Running Backs Coach Tyrone Wheatley discusses who will be running the ball for the Orange in 2012.
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