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  01/01/23 - RB Rasheen AlirJr/2024, Marshall

  After missing the first 10 games of the year, running back Rasheen Ali had an immediate impact on the offense when he returned. Suddenly, the weight of the running game wasn't all on the shoulders of senior Khalan Laborn, who ran for over 1,500 yards in 13 games this year. Instead, he and Ali split carries over the final three games of the season. In each of those, Ali led the team in rushing. He and Laborn each ran for over 100 yards against Georgia State and Ali's 94 yards and first rushing touchdown of the year in a 28-14 win over UConn in the Myrtle Beach Bowl on Dec. 19 was enough to earn him MVP honors in that game. "Whether he played in every game or played in a few games, him helping his team become champions today was a big part of this year," head coach Charles Huff said. "Really proud of him, really happy that he was able to battle back. He hadn't been hurt since he was in Little League and he twisted his ankle and they put some ice on it."

It wasn't until after Ali's return to the lineup that Huff and others on the team hinted at and later confirmed that the diamond of the Herd's backfield was dealing with a knee injury suffered in fall camp. Before the start of the season, the team announced Ali would spend some time away from the team until he was physically, mentally and emotionally ready to return. Huff said he believed that announcement protected the Herd and forced teams to prepare as if Ali could return any time. All along, there was never an official timetable, but he would be allowed to return when he felt ready. - Charleston Gazette

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News Source: Charleston Gazette

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