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RR Ralphie Report: Another transfer running back joins the Buffs


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This room has turned over in the last two weeks

It’s gotta feel weird to be Deion Sanders sometimes. Everyone outside the program was incredibly surprised and saddened by the departure of Dylan Edwards last week, but it seems like Coach Prime was ready to reload for the Colorado Buffaloes. Edwards is still a huge loss and will be a great player wherever he ends up, but the running back room is already almost at full strength again.

Enter Rashad Amos. The Miami of Ohio running back was committed to Mississippi State until this weekend, when he flew out to see the Buffs. He entered the transfer portal after a great redshirt sophomore season for the Redhawks. He rushed for 1,075 yards on 210 carries, a workhorse in today’s game, and rumbled in 13 touchdowns. At 6’2 and 220ish pounds, he was a SLEDGEHAMMER against those MAC defenses, and he looks to recreate that in Boulder. Amos is a very different frame than the other backs on the roster, including Dallas Hayden. He will be a run and game finisher and use his natural size to punch in some touchdowns. Behind a bigger (and hopefully better) offensive line, Amos will rotate with Hayden and Micah Welch (and a few other names) to wear down defenses. Under Pat Shurmur, expect a lot more inside zone and power running compared to last year.

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— Rashad Amos (A-mus) (@1dreamShad) April 26, 2024

Welcome, Rashad!

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