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September 2000

September 2000


AIR RAID Running Back Techniques and Drills

by: by Tony Franklin
Offensive Coordinator, University of Kentucky
© September 2000

The most productive running backs in the SEC over the last three seasons combined have been from the University of Kentucky. Anthony White and Derek Homer have combined for more yards (rushing and receiving totals) than any other two-back combination. White had three straight 1,000-yard seasons from rushing and receiving yards combined, and Homer combined with White in 1997-98 to put the pair over 4,000 yards combined for those two seasons. White also became the third player in NCAA history to have 1,500-yards rushing and 1,500-yards receiving in his career.

With the emergence in the NFL of Edgerrin James and Marshall Faulk as the top running backs in the league, versatility will become a primary focus for future running backs. The more adept at both catching and rushing, the more valuable a player will become to his present....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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