Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal oversees warmups before the game against Oregon State.

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Report: Oregon offers contract extension to Mario Cristobal

Oregon has offered to extend the contract of football coach Mario Cristobal in an effort to keep him with the Ducks, ESPN and the Oregonian reported Friday.

Miami is pursuing Cristobal and the Hurricanes are optimistic they can lure him away from Oregon to replace coach Manny Diaz, the Miami Herald reported Friday. Cristobal, 51, is a Miami native who has played and coached for the Hurricanes.

ESPN quoted sources as saying the new contract offer to Cristobal is “aggressive” and is similar to other head-coaching deals reached recently. Michigan State’s Mel Tucker last week landed a 10-year, $95 million contract extension to remain with Michigan State.

Cristobal is in his fourth full season at Oregon. He is 35-12 overall, including 10-2 this season, for the 10th-ranked Ducks. His Oregon teams are 2-2 in bowl games; the Ducks will meet Utah on Friday night in the Pac-12 title game in Las Vegas.

Last December, Cristobal signed a new six-year, $27.3 million deal through the 2025 season. With incentives, including a Pac-12 title, he could earn over $5.5 million this season, ESPN reported.

The outlet said Cristobal would have to pay Oregon a $9 million buyout if he exits for another school before Jan. 14.

–Field Level Media

Oct 30, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Miami Hurricanes head coach Manny Diaz puts his headset on against the Pittsburgh Panthers during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Virginia Tech, Miami playing for bowls amid upheaval

The Miami Hurricanes and Virginia Tech Hokies — both with identical 5-5 overall records and 3-3 Atlantic Coast Conference marks — will attempt to become bowl-eligible when they meet on Saturday night in Miami Gardens, Fla.

The Hokies will be doing it without coach Justin Fuente, who departed via mutual agreement Tuesday after six seasons. Co-defensive line coach J.C. Price will run the team for the rest of the season.

“It’s bittersweet,” Price said Thursday. “I just want to do my best for these kids. These kids deserve to go out a winner.

“Our story is not written. The book’s not finished. What’s it going to say? We’re going to finish writing it the next two weeks.”

As the Hurricanes play their final home game of the season, coach Manny Diaz is hoping to avoid the fate of athletic director Blake James, who was fired this week. Diaz is focused on improving his 19-15 record at Miami.

“The mission this week is to beat Virginia Tech,” he said. “That’s all we can control. I think because of that mentality, our team has been pretty resilient over the course of the year.”

Miami quarterback Tyler Van Dyke, a redshirt freshman with just seven starts to his credit, will try to continue his hot streak on Saturday.

Van Dyke has passed for more than 300 yards in four straight games, throwing 14 touchdown passes and three interceptions in that span. His four TD passes last week were not enough as Miami lost 31-28 to its biggest rival, Florida State.

Leading by five points with less than one minute left, the Hurricanes allowed the Seminoles to convert a fourth-and-14 into a first down with a big pass play.

“That fourth-and-14 will haunt me forever,” Diaz said.

On Saturday, the most intriguing matchup could be Miami’s 16th-ranked passing offense and Virginia Tech’s 15th-ranked pass defense.

The Hokies are coming off a 48-17 win over Duke.

Running back Malachi Thomas got injured during the game, so it remains to be seen whether or how much he plays against Miami. Thomas is Virginia Tech’s second-leading rusher with 382 yards and a 5.0-yard average.

The Hokies’ leading rusher is Raheem Blackshear, who has 542 yards and a 5.4 average. He also leads the team with five rushing touchdowns and 765 scrimmage yards.

Blackshear is the reigning ACC Running Back of the Week. He scored two TDs against Duke, rushing for 117 yards and catching two passes for 40 yards.

Virginia Tech’s biggest advantage on Saturday may be with quarterback Braxton Burmeister. He will face a Miami pass defense that ranks 120th in the nation, allowing 270 yards per game.

Burmeister has completed 54.5 percent of his passes for 1,710 yards, 12 TDs and four interceptions.

His top two targets are Tre Turner and Tayvion Robinson. Turner has 35 catches for 631 yards and two TDs. Robinson has 39 catches for 445 yards and four TDs.

For Miami, Van Dyke is completing 61.6 percent of his passes, and he has 19 TD throws and six interceptions.

Miami’s other big playmakers are running back Jaylan Knighton (724 scrimmage yards and eight TDs in just six games) and wide receiver Charleston Rambo (64 catches, 955 yards and five TDs).

–Field Level Media

Sep 30, 2021; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; A general view of a Miami Hurricanes helmet in the end zone prior to the game between the Miami Hurricanes and the Virginia Cavaliers at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Blake James out as Miami (Fla.) athletic director

Blake James was fired Monday as athletic director at Miami (Fla.) on Monday after eight years in the position.

In a release, Miami said the school and James “mutually agreed to part ways,” but the Miami Herald reported the decision was made by university president Julio Frenk.

The university said a national search for a new athletic director will begin immediately. Jennifer Strawley, Miami’s deputy athletic director, will serve as interim AD.

James served in multiple leadership roles in the Atlantic Coast Conference and the NCAA, earning “national recognition from his peers,” the release said.

“It has been an honor to lead Miami athletics and to be a part of such a world-class institution,” James said. “I am proud of the work that we have done together, though I know there is still more yet to be achieved.”

Under James, who took over as AD in 2013, Miami won five NCAA individual championships, six ACC team titles and 71 individual ACC titles.

“I want to thank Blake for his years of service to the University of Miami,” Frenk said. “Paired with The U’s storied history in intercollegiate sports, the enhancements Blake championed — in areas ranging from student-athlete support and academic achievement to community outreach and facility upgrades — give us a solid foundation on which to build.”

James was fired two days after Miami dropped a heartbreaker to Florida State in football, 31-28, as Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis scored on a 1-yard run with 26 seconds remaining.

Fans have voiced their displeasure with the school’s football program and have been highly critical of James.

University administrators — or perhaps the new AD, if hired quickly enough — must decide whether to retain Manny Diaz, who was named head football coach following the 2018 season upon the unexpected retirement of Mark Richt.

Diaz had been the defensive coordinator under Richt and accepted the head-coaching job at Temple – prompting James to move quickly to name him head coach.

Miami paid a $4 million buyout to bring him back less than three weeks after he departed.

The Hurricanes are 19-15 under Diaz, who was hired to make Miami a national championship contender again.

Under Diaz, the Hurricanes finished 6-7 in 2019 and 8-3 in 2020, and they have a 5-5 (3-3 Athletic Coast Conference) record this season.

–Field Level Media

Oct 23, 2021; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; North Carolina State Wolfpack quarterback Devin Leary (13) prepares to throws a pass against the Miami Hurricanes during the first quarter of the game at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

Tyler Van Dyke leads Miami to upset of No. 18 NC State

Tyler Van Dyke threw four touchdown passes, including two to Charleston Rambo, as host Miami knocked off No. 18 North Carolina State 31-30 on Saturday night.

Van Dyke was 25-for-34 for 325 yards as Miami (3-4, 1-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) snapped a two-game losing skid.

Rambo’s go-ahead catch came on a 7-yard slant play with 9:34 remaining as the Hurricanes, who entered the game with their worst record midway through a season in 24 years, moved to a 31-27 lead.

Van Dyke had another big completion on third-and-18 to help the Hurricanes run out the clock after the Wolfpack might have regained possession with about two minutes left.

Thayer Thomas caught Devin Leary’s two touchdown passes for NC State (5-2, 2-1). Leary finished 24-for-42 for 310 yards without an interception.

NC State closed within 31-30 on Christopher Dunn’s 40-yard field goal that bounced in off the left upright. This came after he missed moments earlier but was given another chance because of a running-into-the-kicker penalty on Miami.

A strong second quarter turned the momentum in NC State’s favor.

Trailing 14-3 in the second quarter, Leary connected with Thomas on a third-and-goal play covering 7 yards.

The bigger boost might have come after the Wolfpack gained possession following a Miami punt. There were just 47 seconds to play, but NC State needed just three plays to go 77 yards, capped by Leary’s 27-yard pass to Thomas.

The big play on the drive was a 46-yard throw to Emeka Emezie.

Miami scored on its first possession, finishing a 75-yard drive with Van Dyke’s 25-yard touchdown pass to Rambo.

After Dunn’s 33-yard field goal for the Wolfpack, Van Dyke connected with Jaylan Knighton for a 53-yard touchdown play on a fourth-and-1 gamble.

Dunn’s field goal in the first quarter made him NC State’s all-time leading scorer. He entered the game tied with former kicker Niklas Sade (2011-14).

This was NC State’s first visit to Miami in nine years.

–Field Level Media

Oct 16, 2021; Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA; North Carolina State Wolfpack quarterback Devin Leary (13) passes the ball during the first half against the Boston College Eagles at Alumni Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Paul Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports

No. 18 NC State eyes revenge against struggling Miami

Maybe this time it will be different for North Carolina State.

The 18th-ranked Wolfpack (5-1, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), winners of four consecutive games, will visit the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday night.

NC State has lost the past three meetings, including a 44-41 defeat in Raleigh last year. Miami trailed by 10 points early in the fourth quarter of that contest.

The Hurricanes (2-4, 0-2) are struggling badly this season. Miami’s defense has more holes than Pebble Beach, and the offense is without star quarterback D’Eriq King, who is sidelined for the year due to a shoulder injury.

Miami has lost six straight games against Power 5 opponents, but NC State is just a 3-point favorite.

“I can’t control the lack of respect we seem to get,” Wolfpack coach Dave Doeren said. “Our team recognizes that people don’t think we’re good.”

Wolfpack quarterback Devin Leary is completing 67.3 percent of his passes and has thrown for 15 touchdowns while getting intercepted just twice.

NC State’s 1-2 running back punch of Zonovan Knight and Ricky Person Jr. has scored eight total touchdowns. Knight leads the team with 503 rushing yards and a 6.1 average.

Miami’s defense, which has had trouble stopping the run, does not match up well with NC State’s big and physical wide receivers, either, including 6-foot-3, 215-pounders Devin Carter and Emeka Emezie. Thayer Thomas, who is 6 feet and 195 pounds, is also a tough out.

Emezie leads the Wolfpack in receptions (34) and yards (377). Carter is second on the team in yards per catch (17.2), and Thomas leads in TD receptions (four).

Meanwhile, with King out, Miami has turned to second-year freshman quarterback Tyler Van Dyke.

He is 0-2 as a starter against FBS opponents, but he was close to winning both games. Andres Borregales missed a 33-yard field goal on the final play of a loss to Virginia. Then, last week at North Carolina, Miami was in position for a game-tying, chip-shot field goal or a possible winning TD when Van Dyke’s pass was deflected and intercepted. The result was a 45-42 loss.

“Tyler can rip the ball,” Miami coach Manny Diaz said. “What he’s learned these past two weeks is that he can do it.”

In his two ACC games, Van Dyke has completed 35 of 74 passes for 467 yards, with two TDs and three interceptions. He also has rushed for 42 yards.

Besides Van Dyke, Miami’s offense is led by running back Jaylan Knighton and wide receiver Charleston Rambo.

Cam’Ron Harris tops Miami in rushing (409 yards, 5.8 average), but he sustained a season-ending leg injury against the Tar Heels. The faster Knighton stepped in and had 165 scrimmage yards.

Rambo leads Miami in receptions (35) and yards (422).

Diaz also announced that wide receivers Dee Wiggins (62 career catches, including 31 last year) and Mark Pope (52 career catches, including 33 last year) have left the team. Both players struggled with drops and combined for just four catches this year as younger receivers passed them on the depth chart.

–Field Level Media

Sep 18, 2021; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Charleston Rambo (11) breaks the tackle of Michigan State Spartans safety Michael Dowell (7) during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Struggling Miami aims to breeze past Central Connecticut State

The Miami Hurricanes are reeling.

Miami, which started the season ranked 14th in the nation, is out of the Top 25 after an expected loss to top-rated Alabama, a narrow escape over mid-major Appalachian State and a convincing loss to visiting Michigan State.

On Saturday afternoon, the. Hurricanes (1-2) will host Central Connecticut State (1-2).

To add to their woes, the ‘Canes might be without their star quarterback as D’Eriq King has a shoulder injury on his throwing arm.

“He’s roughed up pretty good,” Miami coach Manny Diaz told The Joe Rose Show on local radio. “I’m concerned for D’Eriq, but I never bet against that guy.”

If the Hurricane decide to rest King on Saturday, their quarterback options are two players who have combined to throw just three collegiate passes: Tyler Van Dyke and Jake Garcia.

Van Dyke, a 6-foot-4, 225-pound redshirt freshman, is from Connecticut, which would make Saturday’s game against CCSU a fitting first start of his collegiate career if it works out that way.

So far, Van Dyke is 0-for-3 as a college passer.

“We’re confident in what they can do,” Diaz said of Van Dyke and Garcia, a freshman. “We’re excited to see them on this stage.”

Either way, it should be an easier day for the Hurricanes against Central Connecticut State, which is coming off a 56-10 loss to Southeastern Louisiana this past Saturday.

Running back Nasir Smith rushed for 83 yards on 21 carries in that game, and he perhaps could give Miami trouble after the Hurricanes missed one tackle after another in the loss to Michigan State.

Romelo Williams, the Blue Devils’ starting quarterback, is making a homecoming as he is from South Florida.

In high school, Williams led Miramar to a huge upset win over nationally ranked St. Thomas Aquinas.

This season, Williams is getting his first extended action in three years, and he will be looking for an even bigger upset.

“The hunger is intense,” Williams told Inside The U. “Who doesn’t want to play Miami? I’m excited.”

Meanwhile, Miami likely will be without starting left guard Jalen Rivers, who has a knee injury. The Hurricanes also won’t have running back Jaylan Knighton, who will serve the final game of his four-contest suspension for violating team rules.

Without Knighton and also Don Chaney Jr., who sustained a season-ending knee injury against Appalachian State, the Hurricanes have relied almost exclusively on Cam’Ron Harris to carry the ball. Harris leads Miami with 172 rushing yards, but his 4.2 average is well below his career norm of 5.0.

Charleston Rambo leads Miami in receptions (24), scrimmage yards (241) and total touchdowns (two).

Defensively, the Hurricanes have generated just two turnovers so far.

“Our three (games) have been below our expectations,” Diaz said of Miami’s poor start. “That’s fair. Our performances are hurting all of us.”

–Field Level Media

Sep 11, 2021; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA;  Miami Hurricanes quarterback D'Eriq King (1) is pressured by Appalachian State Mountaineers linebacker Brendan Harrington (29) during the second quarter at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Richard Graulich-USA TODAY Sports

Injuries hurt depth for No. 24 Miami ahead of Michigan St. game

The No. 24 Miami Hurricanes, unimpressive in both of their games this season, will look to reverse that trend on Saturday afternoon.

Miami (1-1) will play host to Michigan State (2-0), whose have beaten Northwestern and Youngstown State to start the season.

Hurricanes coach Manny Diaz has high praise for the Spartans, who have scored on their first play from scrimmage in both their games. Kenneth Walker III had a 75-yard run against Northwestern, and Payton Thorne fired a 75-yard TD pass to Jayden Reed on the opening play against Youngstown State.

“Michigan State is playing as well as anybody in the country,” Miami coach Manny Diaz said. “It’s going to be a great challenge.”

Miami is a 6 1/2-point favorite despite getting blown out by Alabama, 44-13, in its opener and then barely escaping Appalachian State, 25-23, this past Saturday.

Led by quarterback D’Eriq King, the Canes have an experienced team. King will be playing in his 48th career game, and he has veteran targets such as running back Cam’Ron Harris, tight end Will Mallory and receivers Mike Harley and Charleston Rambo.

But the Hurricanes have some issues, including their questionable depth behind Harris. Backup Donald Chaney Jr. was ruled out for the season on Monday due to a right knee injury. Jaylan Knighton, Miami’s other proven backup, has to serve two more games of a suspension for violating team rules.

Touted freshmen Thaddius Franklin Jr. and Cody Brown are expected to get carries on Saturday. Brown, so far, is running with the second team.

“It’s not just as easy as running the ball. You’ve got pass protection involved,” Miami offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee said. “We’re working hard to get them ready.”

Miami also lost starting linebacker Keontra Smith to injury during the Appalachian State game, and he won’t play for several weeks.

Fifth-year junior Waynmon Steed is next in line to replace Smith. Third-year freshman Avery Huff is also in the mix.

Michigan State, meanwhile, ranks third in the nation in rushing yards per carry (8.0). That’s in stark contrast to Miami’s running offense, averaging just 3.5 yards.

In addition, Miami’s defense has produced just two sacks while the Spartans have six.

Some of this may have to do with Miami opening with top-ranked Alabama. Even so, the Spartans have some legit weapons.

Thorne is completing 65.2 percent of his passes this year for 465 yards and five touchdowns with zero interceptions. The third-year sophomore is 2-1 in his three career starts, losing only to Penn State last December.

Walker gained 1,158 yards and 17 TDs in the past two years at Wake Forest before arriving at Michigan State in January. This year, Walker has 321 yards, a 10.7 average and five touchdowns.

Reed had four catches for 181 yards and two TDs in the win over Youngstown State.

Three other Spartans to watch are backup running back Jordon Simmons (131 yards, 6.2 average), speedy receiver Jalen Nailor and safety Xavier Henderson (team highs with 17 tackles, three tackles for loss, two sacks and one interception).

Spartans coach Mel Tucker said there’s a reason why his offense is flowing so far.

“(Offensive coordinator Jay Johnson) is an experienced play-caller,” Tucker said. “The game is called during the week, and then we make adjustments (on Saturday).”

–Field Level Media

Dec 29, 2020; Orlando, FL, USA; Miami Hurricanes quarterback D'Eriq King (1) reacts after running the ball in for a touchdown which is called back for a penalty during the first half against the Oklahoma State Cowboys during the Cheez-It Bowl Game at Camping World Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports

Miami, BYU agree to home-and-home in 2026, 2028

Miami and Brigham Young will meet for a home-and-home football series in 2026 and 2028, the schools announced Thursday.

Miami will host BYU on Sept. 19, 2026 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. Two seasons later, BYU will host the Hurricanes on Sept. 2, 2028 in Provo, Utah.

Unless they meet in a postseason game before 2026, it will mark the first time Miami and BYU square off since 1990, when the Cougars upset the top-ranked and defending national champion Hurricanes in Provo.

The two programs have enjoyed strong showings of late. In the final Associated Press poll of the 2020 season, BYU (11-1) finished No. 11 in the country and Miami (8-3) was No. 22. The ‘Canes are ranked No. 16 in the preseason coaches’ poll for 2021.

“We are always looking for opportunities to schedule storied football programs like Miami,” BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe said in a statement. “Traveling to ACC country and competing in an NFL stadium will be a great experience for our coaches, players and fans.”

“We are excited to add BYU to our future football schedule,” Miami AD Blake James said in a statement. “We remain committed to scheduling top programs for our nonconference games and showcasing The U across the country.”

–Field Level Media

Dec 29, 2020; Orlando, FL, USA; Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Marshall Few (0) reacts after running the ball in for a two-point conversion during the second half against the Oklahoma State Cowboys during the Cheez-It Bowl Game at Camping World Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports

Business owner offers to pay each Hurricanes football player

The largest potential sponsorship in this new NCAA era of name, image and likeness revenue generation is now on the table.

An owner of a Florida-based chain of gyms — American Top Team — has offered each scholarship player on the Miami Hurricanes football team a sum of $500 a month to promote his business on social media.

Take 90 scholarships times $500 times 12 months for a whole year, and you end up with a tidy sum of $540,000, believed to be the current record-holder for the biggest NIL offer yet.

Dan Lambert, the owner of the gyms that specialize in mixed martial arts training, has made his intention about paying the players clear: He wants to “Bring Back The U,” which not so coincidentally is the name of the corporation he established to facilitate payments.

He expects that step will keep him from breaking Florida law, specifically about entities that have directly supported universities and athletic departments being prohibited from paying athletes. Lambert has contributed to the university before. This new company has not.

“There are improper ways of fans supporting their players, and now there is a legal way to do it,” Lambert told ESPN. “And if there is a legal way, and you can dot the I’s and cross the T’s, I’m going to do it.”

–Field Level Media

Dec 5, 2020; Durham, North Carolina, USA;  Miami Hurricanes head coach Manny Diaz (right) congratulates quarterback D'Eriq King (1) after a touchdown pass against the Duke Blue Devils in the first quarter at Wallace Wade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Nell Redmond-USA TODAY Sports

No. 10 Miami looks to stay hot vs. No. 17 North Carolina

The No. 10 Miami Hurricanes will go for their sixth straight win when they host the No. 17 North Carolina Tar Heels in an Atlantic Coast Conference game on Saturday.

Miami (8-1, 7-1 ACC) will try to avenge last year’s 28-25 loss at North Carolina. The Tar Heels (7-3, 6-3), who lost to No. 2 Notre Dame 31-17 on Nov. 27, will get another chance at a win over a top-10 team.

Miami, 4-0 at home this season, is a 3.5-point favorite. The Hurricanes beat Duke 48-0 last week despite having 15 players out due to injuries, coronavirus and other issues.

“There were five or six other players that we found out could play just one day before the game,” Hurricanes coach Manny Diaz said. “We’re hoping the list of players out will be much shorter (than 15) this week.”

Despite missing five key defensive players against Duke — including full-time starters in cornerback Al Blades, linebacker Zach McCloud and defensive tackle Jonathan Ford — Miami forced five turnovers and missed just one tackle, according to Pro Football Focus.

Credit goes to numerous players, including Quincy Roche, who was named ACC Defensive Player of the Week after netting three tackles for loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Defensive tackle Jordan Miller and linebacker Waynmon Steed made their first career collegiate starts.

For the season, Roche and fellow Miami defensive end Jaelan Phillips are tied for third in the league in tackles for loss per game (1.56).

North Carolina, though, will be a much tougher test for Miami’s defense.

Tar Heels quarterback Sam Howell, who beat Miami as a freshman last year, ranks ninth nationally and first in the ACC in passing yards per game (312.9).

North Carolina’s offense is second in the ACC in points (41.1), which is in stark contrast to the team Miami just played (Duke, 23.8 points, 13th place in the league).

The Tar Heels have three players who could go over 1,000 yards for the season on Saturday: running back Michael Carter (937), wide receiver Dyami Brown (932) and running back Javonte Williams (904).

Williams, a junior who leads the league and is tied for second nationally with 19 touchdowns, could bolt early for the NFL in April.

“We would never tell a junior, ‘We really want you to come back,’ ” North Carolina coach Mack Brown said. “Come on, man. That’s not fair to them.”

Carter ranks fourth in the ACC in rushing yards per game, third in total rushing yards and second in yards per carry (7.1). Williams is fifth, fourth and third in those carries, getting 6.7 yards per carry. Brown is second in reception yards per game.

Defensively, North Carolina isn’t nearly as good, ranking seventh in the league in points allowed (28.6).

Miami will test that defense with quarterback D’Eriq King, who ranks third in the ACC — behind only Howell and Clemson star Trevor Lawrence — in total offense (311.2 yards per game). King has passed for 2,334 yards and has run for 467, fulfilling his reputation as a dual threat.

Hurricanes receiver Mike Harley is ninth in the league in reception yards per game (72.6).

Miami’s other playmakers include stellar tight ends Brevin Jordan and Will Mallory, who have combined to catch 40 passes for 590 yards and eight touchdowns this season.

On the ground, the Hurricanes have three running backs who have combined for 1,031 yards: junior Cam’Ron Harris and freshmen Donald Chaney and Jaylan Knighton. Those three backs have combined to score 14 total touchdowns, including 12 rushing.

–Field Level Media