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Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 8:17 PM
 

He is not tough enough for the NFL. If we are honest, he was not even tough enough for college football. Dude was hurt every year. Drafting that guy was a huge gamble that I feel sure will be looked at as a mistake. He is a great runner and kills combine like drills, but start hitting him and he crumbles. You can credit ESPN and their SEC hype machine for getting him picked.

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why? How is Lattimore hurting you?

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 8:22 PM
 

This isnt Syvelle Newton. Why the need to bash him?


Re: why? How is Lattimore hurting you?

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:38 AM
 

not bashing when there facts to validate

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:12 PM
 



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The need to bash him. He is a coot…..

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:11 PM
 

Just because he is a coot running back that isn't a coke addict or hasn't been arrested 5 times, doesn't mean I should start worshipping him.

Seriously though, no ill will towards the kid, but I'm not pulling for him like a lot of turncoat Clemson fans just because he isn't a bum like most coot players. If he does good I will give him his props, but past that if he isn't on my pro team I have no vested interest in pulling for him over any other player that didn't go to Clemson. And you wonder why we have lost 4 to the coots. We have supposed Clemson fans cheering on Shamecock players and loving Ray Tanner (even though we know Tanner isn't the squeaky clean guy the way the South Carolina media portrays him).

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Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 8:31 PM
 

You are clueless if you think ACL's have anything to do with toughness.

Guy's plenty tough. Have you not ever watched him run a football?


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 8:37 PM
 

That was my first reaction, too. Then I thought maybe the word he wanted is durable. He's not terribly durable.

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Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 5:12 PM
 

yeah he is WAY too slow for the NFL. He wont last 2 seasons and will be back in Columbia to occupy the lifetime position they create for him.

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But getting knocked out by a 175 pound cornerback, when...

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:13 PM
 

you're 225 pounds does have something to do with toughness.

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Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 8:46 PM
 

Really, You idiot. A direct helmet to the knee makes him weak. Wake up!!!!!!


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 9:10 PM
 

Really, you idiot? Nobody said he wasn't a good back..he's been hurt more than not so maybe he wasn't tough enough. Yeah, he broke some records but how hard is that at a school that has never done anything? And how many of those TD's were 5 yrds or less? Go talk your crap with your own kind on that chicken board.


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but


Posted: Apr 27, 2013 9:38 PM
 

Sysco you must be young...he broke some of George Rogers records.


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 9:55 PM
 

No, i'm old enough and maybe i'm not giving him enough credit..i'm just sick and tired of this God-like status they have put on him. And i honestly don't think he will ever be relevant in the pro's. If he does get healthy, those hurt legs will always be on his mind and hold him back.


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:09 PM
 

god like status.?

You mean like my Clemson friends when they refer (rightfully) to Spiller?

We are very proud of Marcus. he's been through heck as far as college football players go and he's never been anything but 100% positive on and off the field. He has been a wonderful role model, and even when recovering from surgery took time to visit churches to talk about his faith.

I have Clemson friends who purchased Marcus jerseys for their kids after attending me of his church visits.

Of course we think the work of Marcus. He will do great regardless if he ever plays a down in the NFL. But knowing Marcus a little - if it can be done- he will do it.


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 5:15 PM
 

Never heard you praise Dabo or Nuk for their faith and service

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I don't


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 9:54 PM
 

spend anytime praising any Clemson player or coach.

But I don't rip them for any reason either.


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Posted: Apr 29, 2013 12:13 AM
 



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When did Clemson fans cry about Spiller? And when was...

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:19 PM
 

there a CJ Spiller day in South Carolina?

Clemson fans love all of our student athletes no matter who they are. You coots on the other hand mostly don't care. You don't care that your school doesn't make your student athletes to class. You don't care that a lot of your former players are career criminals. You don't care that most of your student athletes have at least 5 arrests on their criminal record.

And we don't care that you "think the work of Marcus".

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Re: When did Clemson fans cry about Spiller? And when was...


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 9:53 PM
 

If CJ had blown out both knees- you might have seen the Governor give CJ the exact same thing.

But he didn't.

The Governor is a Clemson graduate after all and she was the one that issued the proclamation.

http://www.cbssports.com/collegefootball/blog/eye-on-college-football/20740733

It wasn't like some Gamecock fan somewhere got a Marcus Lattimore Day for the state of South Carolina.


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Posted: Apr 29, 2013 12:14 AM
 



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Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:19 PM
 

Have to be realistic and agree. No slams on Marcus as a person but getting hurt 2 years in a row? But the gamecocks always have to worship someone so guess it's Marcus. At least he's a good kid, I think. But I get tired of hearing it, too!


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 5:14 PM
 

and tied one with NO TDs vs Clemson

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That's not too hard either since Rogers spent most of his...


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:15 PM
 

time at SCU hopped up on coke

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 9:43 PM
 

Not tough enough, lets compare him to your messiah Spiller, How many downs did he miss because of a sore toe.


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:20 PM
 

As a physical therapist, I can tell you hammertoe is NOT a sore toe. Maybe you will get one and you will see.


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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:23 PM
 

I think he was returning some of the comments he's read about Marcus on here today.


And Spiller played through his injuries and didn't cry like


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:21 PM
 

a little baby when he did get injured

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Who "cried like a little baby"?


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 9:56 PM
 

if I blew out my knees like Marcus did- I'd do a lot more than cry.


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:35 PM
 

Why even compare Spiller to Lattimore...Spiller is 2nd in total yards in the history of NCAA if im not mistaken...So what youre saying is if his toe wasnt an issue he would have been number 1 all time ?


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:32 AM
 

Obviously, you are mistaken unless that is a record known only by you or some tilted record book. It is not available on the ncaa's site.


Re:Spiller listed at #3. No mistake or tilt


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:43 AM
 

http://www.fbsstatistics.com/careerallpurposeyards.htm


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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 9:16 AM
 

I looked at ncaa's records nothing is there. Im not saying CJ is not phenomenal. He is a great talent, I had not see the stat.



Individual Collegiate Records
Individual collegiate records are determined by comparing the best records in all four divisions (Football Bowl Subdivision, Football Championship Sub- division, II and III) and reclassifying treams (Recl) in comparable categories. Before 2002, postseason games were not included in NCAA final football statistics or records. Beginning with the 2002 season, all postseason games were included in NCAA final football statistics and records. Lists also include career records of players who played in one or more divisions. No non-NCAA statistics are included.
^Active player. ‡Touchdowns-responsible-for are player’s TDs scored and passed for.
Rushing
SINGLE-GAME YARDS
Player, Team (Division)
Tony Sutton, Wooster (III) ................................ Marcus Allen, Southern California (FBS) ... Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (II)..............
Ian Smart, LIU Post (II) ....................................... R.J. Bowers, Grove City (III) .............................. Ed Marinaro, Cornell (FBS)............................... Jerry Seymour, Glenville St. (II)...................... Brian Shay, Emporia St. (II)...............................
Charles Roberts, Sacramento St. (FCS) ...... Jamie Lee, MacMurray (III)............................... Irv Sigler, Bloomsburg (II) ................................ Ricky Gales, Simpson (III) ................................. Tony Vinson, Towson (FCS) .............................
CAREER YARDS Player, Team (Division[s])
Nate Kmic, Mount Union (III) .................................
Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (II)......................
Levell Coppage, Wis.-Whitewater (III).................
R.J. Bowers, Grove City (III) ................................... 1997-2000 1,188
??Yds. Div.
441 III 437 FCS 436 III 429 III 418 II
417 III 413 III 410 II 409 FCS 406 FBS
405 II 403 II 396 FBS 393 FCS 391 III
390 III 386 III 386 FBS 385 III 385 III
384 II 382 III 382 III 382 II 380 II
Player, Team (Opponent) Date
Dante Brown, Marietta (Baldwin Wallace) .............................. Oct. 5, 1996 Maurice Hicks, N.C. A&T (Morgan St.) ....................................... Oct. 6, 2001 A.J. Pittorino, Hartwick (Waynesburg)..................................... Nov. 2, 1996 Garet Lynch, Brockport (Hartwick)..........................................Nov. 22, 2008 Jarom Freeman, Southern Conn. St. (Bryant)....................... Nov. 2, 2007
Carey Bender, Coe (Grinnell)......................................................... Oct. 9, 1993 Dante Brown, Marietta (Heidelberg)........................................ Nov. 9, 1996 Andrew Terry, Ferris St. (Findlay)................................................. Oct. 2, 2004 Charles Roberts, Sacramento St. (Idaho St.).......................... Nov. 6, 1999 LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU (UTEP) ...........................................Nov. 20, 1999
Alvon Brown, Kentucky St. (Ky. Wesleyan)......................... Sept. 16, 2000 Rob Davidson, Fairmont St. (Concord)..................................Nov. 14, 1998 Tony Sands, Kansas (Missouri) ..................................................Nov. 23, 1991 Ryan Fuqua, Portland St. (Eastern Wash.) ............................Nov. 10, 2001 Andrew Mocadlo, Wis.-La Crosse (Wis.-Stout) ..................... Nov. 1, 2003
Paul Smith, Gettysburg (Muhlenberg) ...................................Oct. 23, 1999 Levell Coppage, Wis.-Whitewater (Wis.-Eau Claire) ..........Oct. 10, 2009 Marshall Faulk, San Diego St. (Pacific) ................................. Sept. 14, 1991 Anthony Ambers, Greenville (Eureka) ..................................... Nov. 6, 2010 Jason Meyers, St. John Fisher [Rochester (NY)]............... Sept. 13, 2003
R.J. Rollins, Minn.-Crookston (Minn. St. Moorhead) .......... Nov. 6, 2004 Shane Davis, Loras (Dubuque).................................................... Nov. 8, 1997 Pete Baranek, Carthage [North Central (IL)]........................... Oct. 5, 1985 Kelly Ellis, UNI (Western Ill.) .........................................................Oct. 13, 1979 Garrion Corbin, Tiffin (Quincy) ..................................................Nov. 16, 2002
2005-08 1,189 2004-07 1,156 2008-11 1,326
8,074 7,962 7,795 7,353 7,073
6,985 6,958 6,794 6,728 6,647
6,584 6,559 6,553 6,523
6,397
6,397 6,346 6,320 6,286 6,279
6,193 6,166 6,125 6,093 6,082
SEASON YARDS Player, Team (Division)
Nate Kmic, Mount Union (III) ............................... Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (II).................... Kavin Gailliard, American Int’l (II) ....................... Barry Sanders, Oklahoma St. (FBS) .................... Kevin Smith, UCF (FBS) ...........................................
Ian Smart, LIU Post (II) ............................................. Justin Beaver, Wis.-Whitewater (III).................... Justin Beaver, Wis.-Whitewater (III).................... Dante Brown, Marietta (III).................................... Nate Kmic, Mount Union (III) ...............................
Marcus Allen, Southern California (FBS) ......... Xavier Omon, Northwest Mo. St. (II) ................. Jamaal Branch, Colgate (FCS) .............................. Dan Pugh, Mount Union (III) ................................ R.J. Bowers, Grove City (III) ....................................
Jerry Seymour, Glenville St. (II)............................ Brian Shay, Emporia St. (II)..................................... Jamar Brittingham, Bloomsburg (II) ................. Charles Roberts, Sacramento St. (FCS) ............ Arnold Mickens, Butler (FCS) ...............................
Carey Bender, Coe (III) ............................................. Tony Sutton, Wooster (III) ...................................... Anthony Gray, Western N.M. (II).......................... Germaine Race, Pittsburg St. (II) .........................
(Minimum 2,500 Yards; Player must have concluded his career)
SEASON YARDS PER GAME Player, Team (Division)
Barry Sanders, Oklahoma St. (FBS) .............. Dante Brown, Marietta (III).............................. R.J. Bowers, Grove City (III) .............................. Arnold Mickens, Butler (FCS) ......................... Carey Bender, Coe (III) .......................................
Anthony Gray, Western N.M. (II).................... Kavin Gailliard, American Int’l (II) .................
20 763 40 1,188 19 503 44 1,156 27 918
20 432 38 1,065 26 879 19 621 19 510
39 885 36 981 30 830 33 994 44 1,007
39 926 34 792 33 807 39 1,190 42 996
33 964 44 1,131 20 550 19 393 44 1,181
3,813 29 7,353 91 3,484 19 7,962 101 4,715 50
3,353 41 6,346 58 4,300 59 3,214 33 3,085 36
6,320 66 5,837 63 4,816 56 5,259 49 6,958 81
6,125 71 5,325 44 5,164 52 6,093 50 6,559 84
5,107 41 6,794 62 3,081 36 2,908 27 6,728 88
Year
2008 2006 1999 1988 2007
2001 2007 2005 1996 2006
1981 2007 2003 2002 1998
2008 1998 2005 1998 1994
1994 2004 1997 2004
G Carries Yards
15 377 2,790 13 344 2,756 12 320 2,653 11 344 2,628 14 450 2,567
12 308 2,536 15 444 2,455 14 428 2,420 10 314 2,385 15 336 2,365
11 403 2,342 14 370 2,337 16 450 2,326 14 384 2,300 10 329 2,283
11 295 2,282 11 293 2,265 12 316 2,260 11 386 2,260 10 409 2,255
10 295 2,243 12 352 2,240 10 277 2,220 15 247 2,213
Carries Yards TD
Avg.
7.40 8.01 8.29 7.64 5.70
8.23 5.53 5.65 7.60 7.04
5.81 6.32 5.17 5.99 6.94
7.74 7.73 7.15 5.85 5.51
7.60 6.36 8.01 8.96
Yd./G
238.9 238.5 228.3 225.5 224.3
222.0 221.1
Player, Team (Division) Years
Arnold Mickens, Butler (FCS) ....................... 1994-95 R.J. Bowers, Grove City (III) ....................... 1997-2000 Anthony Gray, Western N.M. (II).................. 1997-98 Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (II)............ 2004-07 Ed Marinaro, Cornell (FBS)............................. 1969-71
Antoine Bagwell, California (PA) (II)........... 2004-05 Damian Beane, Shepherd (II) ....................... 1996-99 Rob Marchitello, Maine Maritime (III)....... 1993-95 O.J. Simpson, Southern California (FBS).. 1967-68 Kelvin Gladney, Millsaps (III)......................... 1993-94
Johnny Bailey, Tex. A&M-Kingsville (II)..... 1986-89 Brett Trichilo, Wilkes (III).................................. 2001-04 Tyrone Morgan, Northern St. (II) ........... 1998-2000 Herschel Walker, Georgia (FBS) ................... 1980-82 Brian Shay, Emporia St. (II)............................. 1995-98
Carey Bender, Coe (III) ..................................... 1991-94 Brad Olson, Lawrence (III).............................. 1994-97 Garrett Wolfe, Northern Ill. (FBS) ................ 2004-06 Steve Tardif, Maine Maritime (III) ................ 1996-99 Adrian Peterson, Ga. Southern (FCS)... 1998-2001
Kirk Matthieu, Maine Maritime (III).......... 1989-93 Josh Ranek, South Dakota St. (II)........... 1997-2001 Aaron Stecker, Western Ill. (FCS) ................. 1997-98 Tim Hall, Robert Morris (FCS)....................... 1994-95 Joique Bell, Wayne St. (MI) (II) ...................... 2006-09
G Carries Yards TD
Yd./G
190.7 183.8 183.4 181.0 174.6
167.7 167.0 165.4 164.4 162.4
162.1 162.1 160.5 159.4 158.1
157.1 156.6 156.5 156.2 156.2
154.8 154.4 154.1 153.1 152.9
Year G
1988 11 344 1996 10 314 1998 10 329 1994 10 409 1994 10 295
1997 10 277 1999 12 320
2,628 37 2,385 25 2,283 34 2,255 18 2,243 29
2,220 12 2,653 32
Xavier Omon, Northwest Mo. St. (II) ...................
Germaine Race, Pittsburg St. (II) ...........................
Brian Shay, Emporia St. (II).......................................
Josh Ranek, South Dakota St. (II)....................... 1997-2001 1,131 Joique Bell, Wayne St. (MI) (II) ................................ 2006-09 1,181 Ian Smart, LIU Post (II) ............................................ 1999-2002 877
Justin Beaver, Wis.-Whitewater (III)...................... 2004-07 1,188 Adrian Peterson, Ga. Southern (FCS)............... 1998-2001 996 Charles Roberts, Sacramento St. (FCS) ........... 1997-2000 1,124 Kavin Gailliard, American Int’l (II) ......................... 1996-99 950 Jerry Seymour, Central Mich. (FBS);
Glenville St. (II).............................................. 2003-04; 07-08 1,057
Ron Dayne, Wisconsin (FBS) ................................... Damian Beane, Shepherd (II) ................................. Johnny Bailey, Tex. A&M-Kingsville (II)............... Richard Huntley, Winston-Salem (II) ................... Ricky Williams, Texas (FBS) ......................................
Jerry Azumah, New Hampshire (FCS) ................ Jarrett Anderson, Truman (II) ................................. Carey Bender, Coe (III) ............................................... Steve Tardif, Maine Maritime (III) .......................... Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh (FBS) ..............................
CAREER YARDS PER GAME
1996-99 1,115 1996-99 1,065 1986-89 885 1992-95 932 1995-98 1,011
1995-98 1,044 1993-96 979 1991-94 926 1996-99 1,190 1973-76 1,074
Year G Carries Yards TD
Yd./G
217.2 212.9 212.0
211.3 209.8 209.0 207.5 205.9
205.5 204.9 203.8 203.5 201.6
Avg.
6.79 6.89 5.89 6.19 5.56
7.42 6.91 6.01 5.70 7.58
5.54 6.59 5.83 6.87
6.05
5.74 5.96 7.14 6.74 6.21
5.93 6.30 6.61 5.12 5.66
2003 9 271 1981 11 403 2006 13 344
2001 12 308 1999 10 344 1971 9 356 2008 11 295 1998 11 293
1998 11 386 1997 8 207 1997 10 299 1989 10 297 1993 10 293
1,955 30 2,342 22 2,756 34
2,536 33 2,098 25 1,881 24 2,282 19 2,265 29
2,260 19 1,639 11 2,038 20 2,035 26 2,016 23
?Years
Carries Yards
2004-07 1,271
2003-06 941 1995-98 1,007
2012 NCAA FOOTBALL RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL COLLEGIATE RECORDS
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??All-Purpose Yards
SEASON YARDS
Player, Team (Division)
Barry Sanders, Oklahoma St. (FBS) ................................................
Dan Pugh, Mount Union (III) ............................................................
Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (II)................................................
Nate Kmic, Mount Union (III) ...........................................................
Kavin Gailliard, American Int’l (II) ...................................................
Brian Westbrook, Villanova (FCS) ...................................................
Ryan Benjamin, Pacific (FBS) ............................................................
Brian Westbrook, Villanova (FCS) ................................................... Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian (II)..............................................
Dante Brown, Marietta (III)................................................................
Chris Johnson, East Carolina (FBS) ................................................
R.J. Bowers, Grove City (III) ................................................................
Nate Kmic, Mount Union (III) ........................................................... Jeremy Maclin, Missouri (FBS) ......................................................... 2008
SEASON YARDS PER GAME Player, Team (Division)
Dante Brown, Marietta (III)........................................... Barry Sanders, Oklahoma St. (FBS) ........................... R.J. Bowers, Grove City (III) ........................................... Brian Westbrook, Villanova (FCS) .............................. Brian Westbrook, Villanova (FCS) .............................. Paul Smith, Gettysburg (III) .......................................... Steve Roberts, Butler (II)................................................ Carey Bender, Coe (III) .................................................... Bobby Felix, Western N.M. (II) ..................................... Chris George, Glenville St. (II)...................................... Brian Westbrook, Villanova (FCS) .............................. Brian Shay, Emporia St. (II)............................................ Kavin Gailliard, American Int’l (II) .............................. Damon Thompson, Virginia St. (II) ............................ Billy Johnson, Widener (II) ............................................
CAREER YARDS Player, Team (Division[s])
Year
1996 1988 1998 1998 2000
1999 1989 1994 1994 1993
2001 1998 1999 1998 1972
G
10 11 10 11 11
10 10 10
8 10
11 11 12 10
9
Rush
2,385 2,628 2,283 1,046 1,220
1,546 1,450 2,243
439 23
1,603 2,265 2,653
127 1,556
Rcv. Int.
174 0 106 0 51 0 1,144 0 724 0
301 0 532 0 319 0 853 0
1,876 0
658 0 165 0 289 0
1,330 0 40 43
Clarence Coleman, Ferris St. (II) ................................... 1998-2001 Damon Thompson, Virginia St. (II) .............................. 1997-2000
Carey Bender, Coe (III) ........................................................... Steve Tardif, Maine Maritime (III) ...................................... Jonathan Grimes, William & Mary (FCS)........................
1991-94 1996-99 2008-11
Josh Ranek, South Dakota St. (II)................................. 1997-2001 Stefan Logan, South Dakota (II)........................................ 2003-06 Dervon Wallace, West Virginia St./Shepherd (II) ... 2003, 05-07 Jerry Seymour, Central Mich. (FBS);
Glenville St. (II)........................................................ 2003-04; 07-08
Johnny Bailey, Tex. A&M-Kingsville (II)...........................
Damaris Johnson, Tulsa (FBS) ............................................ Xavier Omon, Northwest Mo. St. (II) ............................... Brandon West, Western Mich. (FBS)................................ Kenny Gamble, Colgate (FCS)............................................ Kevin Curtin, Winona St. (II) ................................................
CAREER YARDS PER GAME
(Minimum 3,500 Yards)
Player, Team (Division[s]) Years
Ryan Benjamin, Pacific (FBS) ............................... 1990-92 Chris George, Glenville St. (II).............................. 1993-94 R.J. Bowers, Grove City (III) ..............................1997-2000 Paul Smith, Gettysburg (III) .................................. 1996-99 Brian Westbrook, Villanova (FCS) ...1997-98, 2000-01
Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (II)...................2004-07 Tony Sutton, Wooster (III) ..................................... 2002-04 Brian Shay, Emporia St. (II).................................... 1995-98 Kirk Matthieu, Maine Maritime (III)................... 1989-93 Damon Thompson, Virginia St. (II)...............1997-2000
Anthony Gray, Western N.M. (II)......................... 1997-98 Kavin Gailliard, American Int’l (II) ...................... 1996-99 Sheldon Canley, San Jose St. (FBS) ................... 1988-90 Carey Bender, Coe (III) ............................................ 1991-94
1986-89
2008-10 2004-07 2006-09 1984-87 2000-03
G
24 20 40 40 44
44 30 44 33 38
19 43 25 39
Rush
3,119 23 7,353 5,205 4,298
7,962 5,613 6,958 5,107
303
3,484 6,523 2,513 6,125
Rcv. Int.
Years
Rush Rcv.
8,074 749 4,298 2,528 7,962 1,417 6,958 1,032 7,353 397
5,205 758 6,523 1,049 7,795 412 6,193 1,153 6,728 918
49 4,983 303 4,387 6,125 1,751 6,093 643 4,541 1,125
6,794 857 5,958 878 5,305 1,010
6,397 817 6,320 452
1,062 2,746 7,073 682 3,671 958 5,220 536 3,702 698
PR
46 0 4 192 0
255 272 7 150 157
122 0 0 292 511
Int.
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 8
0 0 0
0 0
0 0 0 0 0
PR
100 391 50 959 343
0
0 104 254 1,153
0 472 5 7
KO
368 95 538 644 1,048
615 415 87 667 562
440 389 122 770 115
PR
0 343 0 104 50
959 472 198
5 88
1,494 1,153 7 65 0
0 305 208
-3 20
571 0 17 104 1,219
KO
1,424 1,050 1,453 2,182 2,289
101
482 1,207 1,279 2,143
8 814 1,800 87
Yds. Yd./G
2,973 297.3 3,250 295.5 2,876 287.6 3,026 275.1 2,992 272.0
2,717 271.7 2,669 266.9 2,656 265.6 2,109 263.6 2,618 261.8
2,823 256.6 2,819 256.3 3,064 255.3 2,519 251.9 2,265 251.7
KO Yards
828 9,651 2,289 9,512 101 9,480 1,207 9,301 1,453 9,253
2,182 9,104 814 8,858 0 8,405 1,025 8,376 321 8,055
1,483 8,009 2,143 7,986 87 7,970 1,151 7,960 2,289 7,955
295 7,946
718 7,859 1,314 7,837
613 7,824 1,011 7,803
3,417 7,796 22 7,777 3,118 7,764 1,763 7,623 1,993 7,612
Yds. Yd./G
5,706 237.8 4,679 234.0 9,253 231.3 9,104 227.6 9,512 216.2
9,480 215.5 6,415 213.8 9,301 211.4 6,955 210.8 7,986 210.2
3,991 210.1 8,858 206.0 5,146 205.8 7,970 204.4
Year
Rush
2,628 2,300 2,756 2,790 2,653
1,046 1,581 1,220 2,156 2,385
1,423 2,283 2,365
293
Rcv. Int. PR KO
Yds.
3,250 3,189 3,159 3,118 3,064
3,026 2,995 2,992 2,982 2,973
2,960 2,876 2,871 2,833
1988 2002 2006 2008 1999
106 0 382 0 403 0 262 0 289 0
1,144 0 612 0 724 0 826 0 174 0
528 0 51 0 173 0 1,260 0
95 421 0 507 0 0 0 66 0 122
192 644 4 798 0 1,048 0 0 46 368
0 1,009 4 538 0 333
270 1,010
1998 1991 2000 2008 1996
2007 1998 2006
?Nate Kmic, Mount Union (III) ............................................. 2005-08 Brian Westbrook, Villanova (FCS) .................. 1997-98, 2000-01 Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (II).................................. 2004-07 Brian Shay, Emporia St. (II)................................................... 1995-98 R.J. Bowers, Grove City (III) ............................................. 1997-2000
Paul Smith, Gettysburg (III) ................................................. Kavin Gailliard, American Int’l (II) ..................................... Levell Coppage, Wis.-Whitewater (III)............................. Jerry Azumah, New Hampshire (FCS) ............................ Joique Bell, Wayne St. (MI) (II) ............................................
1996-99 1996-99 2008-11 1995-98 2006-09
1,063 0 3,215 0 397 0 758 0 2,582 0
1,417 0 320 0 1,032 0 315 0 4,387 0
499 0 1,049 0 828 0 1,751 0
COLLEGIATE RECORDS
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2012 NCAA FOOTBALL RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL COLLEGIATE RECORDS
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no one

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 5:33 PM
 

is going to read all of that jumbled up garbage you just posted


Re:Spiller listed at #3. No mistake or tilt


Posted: Apr 29, 2013 12:53 AM
 

http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/football_records/2012/fbs.pdf go to page 24

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 5:16 PM
 



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He played limited downs on that hurt toe


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 5:30 PM
 

he still averaged around 10-15 carries a game and about 80 yards. Go look at the FSU-Clemson highlights from that year. he ripped off multiple 10 yard runs


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 5:13 PM
 

Not tough enough for the NFL...sorry but true. He barely survived college football

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Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 5:15 PM
 

I am sure all the posts in this thread are really classy.

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Suffering catastrophic knee injuries has nothing to do with

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 9:51 PM
 

Your toughness.

Marcus is a punishing runner and is extremely tough. His toughness is not in question by anyone that matters.

The question is can he return to a form that allows him to use his talent and ability - and can he avoid the big type injury.


Re: Suffering catastrophic knee injuries has nothing to do with

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 9:01 AM
 

Do you consider him injury-prone?

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No.


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 10:00 PM
 

Marcus is a physically punishing runner. He's going to have some injuries- but his injuries have rarely kept him from playing.

Two blown out knees kept him from playing- but I don't think that qualifies someone as "injury prone."

He's been extremely unlucky.


Injury prone is a "tag" fans put on players that typically miss a lot of games for what seems like the most simple and basic of injuries.


I've never seen some one tough cry like a baby so much as...


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:23 PM
 

is the case with Marcus Lattimore.

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You really are a piece of excrement...

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 9:18 PM
 

Would hope you never suffer a potential career ending injury when it's something you love to do... but then again you couldn't have accomplished too much in life considering how miserable you must be to despise a man so much when he's done nothing to do.

Open your eyes and realize they are bigger things than football, ffs.


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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 9:20 PM
 




Not even Clemson fans believe a word you say Tigerking. No


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 10:01 PM
 

reason for Gamecock fans to believe you either.


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but


Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:16 PM
 

i was a little surprised that he was drafted, he seems like a good person other than his poor choice of school, good luck to him


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but


Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:23 PM
 

Everyone is entitled to their opinion. After the attitude of coots to Chad Kelly's injury, I am not inclined to listen to any of their dressing down. I think we all can believe what we want to, but I don't believe we can tell others what to think.


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but


Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:23 PM
 

I'd say that Marcus being able to go through the rehab, not once, but twice, and make the combines speaks tons about his toughness. He played for the wrong team, but he has been a class act, on and off the field. His injuries were freakish and had nothing to do with toughness. He can play on my team any time.

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Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but


Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:27 PM
 

It's not Lattimore's fault that some of his fans have made him out to be God. He didn't ask them to do that.

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No offense but

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Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:36 PM
 

I believe you might have your homer goggles on too tight.


No offense, but I hear animal control is looking for an….

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:25 PM
 

escaped bulldog that was up for being put to "sleep"

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Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but


Posted: Apr 27, 2013 10:39 PM
 

that's like saying chad Kelly isn't durable because he was hurt in a scrimmage. im a tiger man but any idiot that gets on here a disparages a hurt kid id a punk


Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but


Posted: Apr 27, 2013 11:52 PM
 

> He is not tough enough for the NFL. If we are honest,
> he was not even tough enough for college football.
> Dude was hurt every year. Drafting that guy was a
> huge gamble that I feel sure will be looked at as a
> mistake. He is a great runner and kills combine like
> drills, but start hitting him and he crumbles. You
> can credit ESPN and their SEC hype machine for
> getting him picked.

Yeah, and Clowney is a wimp too! He probably doesn't deserve to get drafted either!


Re: Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 7:16 AM
 

He missed other games due to injuries, not counting the knees.


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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 5:47 PM
 




Amazing how this makes the cockerel's come off the roost

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:43 AM
 

and all this time they were hiding in the shadows

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Don't let his unfortunate school choice sway you...

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 9:24 AM
 

This was one tough kid. Personally, I'm hoping he'll become a decent back in the NFL.

With the exception of a few a$$hat clowns, I tend to leave a player's choice of college behind the same time they do. Lattimore didn't ask the governor to set aside a day for him. He just played hard and was injured in the misguided service of a program that would have thrown him away, had he been of lesser talent.

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 5:31 PM
 



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There's something in these hills.


SF can take the gamble because they already have 2….

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:05 PM
 

solid running backs in Frank Gore and Lamichael James. Lattimore lacks speed (even before the two knee injuries) to be an every down back in the NFL. He can be a rotational power runner ala Brandon Jacobs. But his inability to get a lot 30 plus yard plays in college (where even slower guys like Ron Dayne, Stepfan Taylor, and Lendale White can get big plays), shows that he doesn't have the speed to be an every down back in the NFL.

Pure power runners don't last long in the NFL. Just look at Marion Barber when he was with the Dallas Cowboys. A pure power runner who had a few good years, then faded away fast from too many injuries.

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Posted: Apr 28, 2013 8:48 PM
 



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Re: Marcus Lattimore is a great athlete but


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 9:35 PM
 

This is a ridiculous status. You have obviously never suffered torn ACLs. One knee he tore his ACL and the other he severely dislocated his knee while tearing 3 other ligaments. Disappointed to see such a garbage status.


Tough situation. Will surprised if he makes it.


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 10:49 PM
 

Mercy pick in nfl. Anything is possible through Christ.


good lord... some of you people are nucking futs


Posted: Apr 28, 2013 10:50 PM
 

Blowing out your ACL has nothing to do with toughness. Jim Freaking Brown coulda blown out a knee playing badminton with his nieces in the backyard. All you have to do is land wrong or plant your foot at an awkward angle. It's mostly just bad luck and could happen to anybody at any time. The toughest RB I've ever seen at Clemson (Terry Allen) blew out both his ACLs.

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