Western Kentucky running back Bobby Rainey ran for over 200 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Lousiana-Lafayette.
All season Western Kentucky running back Bobby Rainey has put his team on his shoulders but it has still not been enough to get the win most of the time. Against Troy, Rainey carried the ball 27 times for 157 yards and two touchdowns.
Western Kentucky running back Bobby Rainey runs much bigger than his 5'7, 200 pound size as witnessed by his 45 carry, 248 yard, two touchdown effort against Middle Tennessee.
Western Kentucky running back Bobby Rainey had yet another big day this time against Arkansas State. The junior rushed for 151 yards and a touchdown on a staggering 36 carries.
Bobby Rainey has been Western Kentucky's version of Toby Gerhart under head coach and former Stanford running backs coach Willie Taggart and showed it once more against Florida Atlantic. Rainey had 33 carries for 152 yards and two scores against the Owls.
Western Kentucky workhorse Bobby Rainey was held out of the endzone against North Texas but still managed to carry the ball 23 times for 100 yards while adding five catches for 57 more yards.
Western Kentucky workhorse Bobby Rainey got the carries with 21 but couldn't convert them into many yards as he took them for just 67 yards and no scores against Louisiana-Lafayette.
Western Kentucky tailback Bobby Rainey carried the Hilltopper offense with 32 carries for 174 yards and two touchdowns against Louisiana-Monroe.
Bobby Rainey has been nearly automatic for Western Kentucky this season but rushed for just 94 yards on 28 carries against FIU.
Western Kentucky running back Bobby Rainey could only muster 64 yards on 21 carries against South Florida, however he did complete his only pass for a five-yard score in the loss.
Bobby Rainey plays on a bad football team but is a stud. Tonight against Kentucky, Rainey carried the Hilltoppers and the ball to the tune of 184 yards and two touchdowns on 22 rushes.
Western Kentucky running back Bobby Rainey ran for a career-high 154 yards and a TD on 30 carries against Nebraska. He also led the team with four receptions for 38 yards.
Western Kentucky running back Bobby Rainey is wearing a yellow jersey in practice not because he is injured, but rather to avoid injury. Head coach Willie Taggart has said "I don’t want (him) tackled, and I don’t want (him) to get hurt. We need Bobby."