Raymond Sanders, who rushed for 254 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman last season, is the heir apparent to Derrick Locke at running back. "The coaches told me it's mine to lose," Sanders said of the starting job.
Raymond Sanders, who rushed for 254 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman last season, is the heir apparent to Derrick Locke at running back. "The coaches told me it's mine to lose," Sanders said of the starting job.
Raymond Sanders, who rushed for 254 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman last season, is the heir apparent to Derrick Locke at running back. "The coaches told me it's mine to lose," Sanders said of the starting job.

Young stable of Kentucky running backs eager to compete for playing time

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