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  Trey Sermon rushed for 947 yards in his best season at Oklahoma in 2018. He carried the ball 164 times for an average of 5.8 yards per carry as the leading ball carrier on a team that featured Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Kyler Murray (140 carries for 1,001 yards) and fellow tailback Kennedy Brooks (119 carries for 1,056 yards). Sermon was first up in that two-back system, paired with a quarterback who was always the most dangerous player on the field. And then last season, Sermon suffered some injuries and he saw his workload reduced, so he transferred to Ohio State.

Master Teague rushed for 789 yards last season as the clear backup to J.K. Dobbins for the Buckeyes. Teague played in enough blowouts to carry the ball 135 times for a 5.8 yard average, and he even was named third-team All-Big Ten. He was clearly No. 2 in a one-back system, but once Dobbins left for the NFL, Teague was the most experienced back on the team until Sermon came along. Teague tore his Achilles tendon in the spring. Sermon had offseason surgery for a knee injury suffered last season. The two of them should form a one-two running back punch for the Buckeyes when the season kicks off Oct. 24. - Cleveland Plain Dealer

(DS#3 RB) rSo/2023 RB Master Teague IIIOhio State
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