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Barclay notching his place in recordbooks
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Quote:Barclay, who became the leading rusher in Wake Forest history last week, needs just two yards to become the first ACC back since Warrick Dunn, whom Barclay resembles in stature and ability, to rush for 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons. He's well on his way to becoming the first player to ever lead the ACC in rushing during the regular season for three consecutive seasons.

Barclay needs just 97 yards and one touchdown to become the 31st player in NCAA history with 4,000 rushing yards and 40 touchdowns. Seven of those players have won the Heisman Trophy; seven more were Heisman finalists.

Chris also became the leading scorer in WF history last week, passing James McDougald who played from 1976-79 and Michael Ramseur who was in my class at Wake in the 80s.

Go Deacs...take the sting outta the Jackets! :angel:
11-04-2005 08:29 AM
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