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    Theo Riddick: Theo Riddick closed regular season on a tear

    Theo Riddick - WR - ND - Nov. 26 - 12:52 pm et

    Notre Dame senior RB/WR Theo Riddick rushed 44 times for 270 yards (6.14 YPC) in the Irish's final three regular season games.
    He added 10 catches for 147 yards in the Boston College, Wake Forest, and USC wins. Riddick has been Notre Dame's primary running back for most of the season, but he's also shown an ability to split out and catch passes in the slot, drawing on his previous experience at wide receiver. He a movable chess piece kind of player, like a poor man's Randall Cobb. As strictly a running back, Riddick is more the north-south downhill power back while junior-eligible No. 2 back Cierre Wood moves better laterally. Nov. 26 - 12:52 pm et

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