Michael Dyer

Michael Dyer is a former college football running back. He began his career with the Auburn Tigers before eventually transferring to the Louisville Cardinals.

Dyer played college football for four seasons. He played two seasons with the Tigers then two additional seasons with the Cardinals.

Former Auburn Tigers running back Michael Dyer gets ready before a snap during a game against the Clemson Tigers
Michael Dyer gets ready before a snap during a game against the Clemson Tigers (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

He struggled after transferring to Louisville. In his two seasons there, he had 154 carries for 704 yards.

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In his first season at the school in 2013, he had 44 carries for 223 yards and two touchdowns. He also had two receptions for eight yards.

The following season, he had 110 yards for 481 yards and five touchdowns. He had three receptions for 40 yards.

The running back surpassed 1,000 rushing yards each season with the Tigers. He had 182 carries for 1,093 yards and five touchdowns as a freshman. Plus, he had one reception for nine yards.

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Then, he had 242 carries in 2011 for 1,242 yards and 10 touchdowns. Dyer also had two receptions for seven yards.

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