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Looking Ahead: Running Backs
Just last spring, Jon Cornish was buried on the depth chart at linebacker. Oh, what a difference a year makes. Cornish exited this spring as Kansas’s number one option at running back, following a season where he led the team in rushing yards with 780 and was named the John Hadl Most Valuable Offensive Player of the Year. He chipped in nine touchdowns, ran for 5.8 yards per pop and collected the team’s longest run of the season when he ran for a 72-yard touchdown to break open the Nebraska game. So what’s he got for an encore? Cornish has said that his goal is to top the team in rushing this year, and hit a number no Kansas back has ever hit, the 1,500-yard plateau for a season. Cornish wasn’t always in such a great position. He came to Kansas after rushing for 3,200 yards and scoring 49 touchdowns in three years for St. Thomas More HS in New Westminster, B.C., Canada, where he was selected...
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