By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Buffalo Bulls have a legit running back on their hands. This kid is going to be special.
Jaret Patterson has scored four rushing touchdowns in the first half against the Kent State Golden Flashes on Saturday. He had three rushing touchdowns in the first quarter at UB Stadiun in Buffalo, New York.
In fact, with the four rushing touchdowns, he has also surpassed 200 rushing yards in the game in the first half. As we write this post, he has 243 rushing yards.
Patterson needed just 13 carries to get the 206 yards. He’s averaging 18.7 yards per carry.
He had four rushing touchdowns in his last game, as well. However, the four rushing touchdowns were in the entire game, as the Bulls blew out the Bowling Green Falcons 42-17 in Bowling Green, Ohio.
He had 301 rushing yards against the Falcons. When Patterson had the 301 rushing yards against the Falcons, he had more yards by himself than nine NFL teams during the Week 10 schedule.
In the past two games through six quarters, Patterson has had 41 carries for 544 yards and eight touchdowns. Before the Bowling Green game, Patterson had 40 carries for 210 and a combined four rushing touchdowns.