Running back by committee? Don't count on it at Texas A&M

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Running back by committee? Don't count on it at Texas A&M
Running back by committee? Don't count on it at Texas A&M

COLLEGE STATION — Jimbo Fisher, who appreciates a rock-solid workhorse as much as any rancher, was fortunate to inherit running back Trayveon Williams at Texas A&M. “I'm one of those guys who just needs a ball in my hands,” Williams said of his approach to totes. “Whether it's running the ball between the tackles or catching the ball … I just love getting the ball in my hands.” Fisher allowed that time and again for Williams last season, but Fisher's first pillar of a running back at A&M is off to the NFL as a sixth-round selection of the Cincinnati Bengals. Begging the question: Will Fisher again tab “the guy” to be his chief toiler at Texas A&M — AKA carry the load on offense? “You want a guy

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