|ESPN: Clemson gets running game going|
|by TigerNet Staff - Wednesday, October 30, 2013 9:19 AM||
Clemson RB Rod McDowell hopes to keep the run game going again this weekend against Virginia.
Clemson running back Rod McDowell says he likes to think of himself as the Tigers’ mailman -- the dependable one who is ready to deliver in any situation.
On Saturday, in a 40-27 win at Maryland, McDowell carried the bulk of the load.
After rushing for 161 yards and two TDs against Maryland, Rod McDowell and the Tigers hope to keep rolling at Virginia.
In what was the most productive performance of the season for Clemson’s running game, McDowell finished with 30 carries for 161 yards and two touchdowns.
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