Texas A&M's Christine Michael and Sean Porter were named to "watch lists" for national college…
Michael Out For the Season
In 2010, Michael broke a bone in his lower leg in week eight against Texas Tech. The Beaumont native was able to return to participate in spring drills and was just 101 yards short of the 1000 yard mark with three regular seasons to go when the second injury occurred.
The burden at running back once again falls to veteran Cyrus Gray. In 2010, Gray assumed full-time duties and rattled off six straight 100+ yard games. Ben Malena, who had a 16 yard touchdown run in Norman after Michael's injury, moves into the back-up spot while true freshman Will Randolph serves as the No. 3 running back but will likely redshirt barring further injuries at the position.
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