A look around the Sun Belt
The Vandals' turnaround might hinge on junior quarterback Michael Harrington.
- By Monday, the Sun Belt was abuzz with talk of what Idaho's big, quick true freshman running backs did against Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday.
"They're strong and they're fast and durable," Lafayette linebacker Stanley Smith said. "We hit them; they just kept moving."
They are Jayson Bird and Rolly Lumbala, who run 6-foot, 220 pounds and 6-2, 227, respectively. Against Louisiana-Lafayette, Bird and Lumbala ran for 134 yards and 125 yards, respectively.
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