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Players that will be missed, that will step up

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With key players from last season graduating, the Mean Green will need certain players to step up if it wants to contend in the Sun Belt this season. It is worth noting what players will be missed and what players can be expected to step up and contribute in their place.


Lance Dunbar – Running Back

Dunbar set the university’s all-time rushing record with 4,224 yards, recorded 49 career touchdowns with the Mean Green and was one of six players in NCAA history to have 4,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards in a career.

The gutsiest performance of Dunbar’s career came in his final game with the team. In a rain-drenched 59-7 win against Middle Tennessee, Dunbar rushed 40 times for 313 yards, setting the UNT and Sun Belt record for most rushing yards in a single game.

After going undrafted in the 2012 NFL Draft, Dunbar signed with the Dallas Cowboys and is trying to make the team as a third or fourth string running back.

Read more: http://www.ntdaily.com/?p=67667

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