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The hot hand

After managing only 80 yards on the ground the week prior, the LSU running game fared much better against South Carolina last week, posting 164 yards on the evening. Instead of Charles Scott being the team's leading rusher, as he had been for every game up to that point, the Tigers got a standout performance from someone who had made little to no noise in 2008.

After rushing for 436 yards and five touchdowns on 76 carries as a freshman, Keiland Williams topped those marks during his sophomore season with 478 yards and six scores, despite carrying the ball six fewer times.   Heading into the 2008 campaign, many expected Williams to emerge from fall camp as the No. 1 back, but instead it was Scott who got the keys to the car. And as the season got under...

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