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Former WKU RB Bobby Rainey scores game winning TD for Bucs
He had a 31 yd run followed by a 1 yd TD run. Maybe he will get his opportunity in Tampa...
11-12-2013 12:09 AM
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Former WKU RB Bobby Rainey scores game winning TD for Bucs
Thought he may have gotten a shot with the Browns but then they signed McGahee.
Glad to see him making an impact somewhere. Hopefully good things can continue for him. He was such a great back for WKU.
11-12-2013 12:23 AM
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RE: Former WKU RB Bobby Rainey scores game winning TD for Bucs
(11-12-2013 12:09 AM)CrushMI Wrote:  He had a 31 yd run followed by a 1 yd TD run. Maybe he will get his opportunity in Tampa...

Good to see him get in the end zone...I think its a start to something and expect to see Andrews in the endzone not too long from now on Sundays...

Rainey will for sure have his chances now due to James now being out for the season to go along with Doug Martin....he has way more upside than Brian Leonard..
11-12-2013 12:24 AM
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And one thing the Bucs do well is run block. They might not win much, but I bet we see Rainey run plenty.
11-12-2013 02:01 AM
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Going pick him up in my fantasy league. You can never have enough running backs.
11-12-2013 09:08 AM
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RE: Former WKU RB Bobby Rainey scores game winning TD for Bucs
(11-12-2013 12:24 AM)WKUFan518 Wrote:  
(11-12-2013 12:09 AM)CrushMI Wrote:  He had a 31 yd run followed by a 1 yd TD run. Maybe he will get his opportunity in Tampa...

Good to see him get in the end zone...I think its a start to something and expect to see Andrews in the endzone not too long from now on Sundays...

Rainey will for sure have his chances now due to James now being out for the season to go along with Doug Martin....he has way more upside than Brian Leonard..

Running back is a position that the Sun Belt has a long history of having absolute studs who do little to nothing in the NFL. Most don't make it at all and those that do rarely do more than bounce around the league for a few years as a back up or 3rd back. Hell the Cowboys have a pair of Sun Belt alumni(Dunbar and Tanner) backing up Murray.


CBS sports currently projects Andrews as a 6th rounder, now it's certainly possible Andrews is the next late round steal a la Alfred Morris, but it's far more likely neither of Rainey or Andrews get too far beyond 10 career NFL TDs.
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11-12-2013 11:39 AM
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Former WKU RB Bobby Rainey scores game winning TD for Bucs
(11-12-2013 11:39 AM)MTPiKapp Wrote:  
(11-12-2013 12:24 AM)WKUFan518 Wrote:  
(11-12-2013 12:09 AM)CrushMI Wrote:  He had a 31 yd run followed by a 1 yd TD run. Maybe he will get his opportunity in Tampa...

Good to see him get in the end zone...I think its a start to something and expect to see Andrews in the endzone not too long from now on Sundays...

Rainey will for sure have his chances now due to James now being out for the season to go along with Doug Martin....he has way more upside than Brian Leonard..

Running back is a position that the Sun Belt has a long history of having absolute studs who do little to nothing in the NFL. Most don't make it at all and those that do rarely do more than bounce around the league for a few years as a back up or 3rd back. Hell the Cowboys have a pair of Sun Belt alumni(Dunbar and Tanner) backing up Murray.


CBS sports currently projects Andrews as a 6th rounder, now it's certainly possible Andrews is the next late round steal a la Alfred Morris, but it's far more likely neither of Rainey or Andrews get too far beyond 10 career NFL TDs.

Dunbar, Rainey, & Morris were all out the same class right? Benny Cunningham is one from this past year. Morris the only one with real success.

As Cajun fans we always lament the limited chance that Fenroy got in the pros. The history of stud to dud goes back quite a number of years with the SBC.
11-12-2013 12:01 PM
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(11-12-2013 12:01 PM)CajunFan3406 Wrote:  
(11-12-2013 11:39 AM)MTPiKapp Wrote:  
(11-12-2013 12:24 AM)WKUFan518 Wrote:  
(11-12-2013 12:09 AM)CrushMI Wrote:  He had a 31 yd run followed by a 1 yd TD run. Maybe he will get his opportunity in Tampa...

Good to see him get in the end zone...I think its a start to something and expect to see Andrews in the endzone not too long from now on Sundays...

Rainey will for sure have his chances now due to James now being out for the season to go along with Doug Martin....he has way more upside than Brian Leonard..

Running back is a position that the Sun Belt has a long history of having absolute studs who do little to nothing in the NFL. Most don't make it at all and those that do rarely do more than bounce around the league for a few years as a back up or 3rd back. Hell the Cowboys have a pair of Sun Belt alumni(Dunbar and Tanner) backing up Murray.


CBS sports currently projects Andrews as a 6th rounder, now it's certainly possible Andrews is the next late round steal a la Alfred Morris, but it's far more likely neither of Rainey or Andrews get too far beyond 10 career NFL TDs.

Dunbar, Rainey, & Morris were all out the same class right? Benny Cunningham is one from this past year. Morris the only one with real success.

As Cajun fans we always lament the limited chance that Fenroy got in the pros. The history of stud to dud goes back quite a number of years with the SBC.

Tyrell Fenroy, Reggie Arnold, Calvin Dawson none of them ever saw any action in the NFL(pretty sure Fenroy was the only one that even got a shot).

Dwone Hicks saw some special teams action in his one season with the Titans, Patrick Cobbs recorded 2 rushing touchdowns and 2 receiving touchdowns in four seasons with the Dolphins.

Pretty good debate from a little over two years ago: Best RB in Sun Belt history
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