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Baylor Vs.ULM: Will Lache Seastrunk Have Bigger Role?

Baylor Bears tailback Lache Seastrunk has carried the football four times for 54 yards so far in the 2012 season. Baylor head coach Art Briles isn't disappointed with Seastrunk's average per carry, though he says there's always space for improvement:

Briles said he hopes "his carries progress and his yards-per-carry stays the same, because it is pretty good right now … The thing I like about him is his attitude and his personality. He’s really working hard in practice, doing a good job, doing all he can do to give himself a chance to get on the field."

Seastrunk, a Temple native, was one of three running backs in the 2010 high school class rated as a five star prospect by, along with South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore and Michael Dyer. He redshirted at Oregon before transferring to Baylor to play in 2012.

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