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I mean, when your true freshman running back who didn't start the first few games of the season, was held out of the Orange Bowl with an injury, and failed to top the 1,000 yard mark for the season is featured by the NCAA for one game against Bowling Green, you know your offense is explosive.
To be fair, Garrison was unbelievable that day and has the chance to be a great college running back. However, he was the victim of injuries, tons of competition from Shawne Alston and Andrew Buie (and Vernard Roberts, actually), and poor line play last year. It's just fun to see Mountaineers featured all over the college football world for, you know, outstanding play on the field instead of awkward coaching transitions and casino visits gone awry. Not that there's anything wrong with casino visits gone awry, as 5th Year Senior can attest during his bachelor party at the Bellagio earlier this year. TMI? TMI.
Congrats, Dustin, we hope that BGSU performance is a sign of good things to come.