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Spring Preview: Running Backs

The running back position has plenty of bodies, but will anyone step up to take the lead in the race to see who gets a bulk of the carries in 2009? Head coach Steve Sarkisian and his staff get their first real look at what they have to work with starting next Tuesday, but here's a quick look at the halfback and fullback positions and which players to keep an eye on...

The Players Halfbacks So. Terrance Dailey (5-10, 200)+ Jr. Brandon Johnson (5-10, 210) RS So Brandon Yakaboski (5-11, 215) RS So Willie Griffin (5-8, 200) So David Freeman (5-8, 195) RS Fr. Chris Polk (5-11, 205) RS So. Curtis Shaw (5-11, 210) Fr Demitrius Bronson (5-11, 220) Fullbacks Sr. Paul Homer (6-1, 240) Jr. Austin Sylvester (6-1, 245) RS So. Tobias Togi (5-11, 235)** **walk-on + out...

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