Saquon Barkley, Running Back, Leads The Big 10 In Receiving Yards

Boy, that Saquon Barkley can play football.
As a fairweather college football fan and proud Rutgers graduate, rarely do I tune into Penn State football games, however, with the Nittany Lions in the national spotlight Sunday night, I decided to tune in and put a little action of Iowa
+13.5 (EZ $$$).
And while I came away from the game a little bit richer, I also came away with it as a newly minted Saquon Barkley fan, who may or may not be the best running back I’ve ever seen.
On Saturday night in Iowa, Barkley outgained the entire Iowa TEAM with 211 rush yards and 94 receiving yards. He also did this, giving his season the signature Heisman moment it may need:

And despite the fact that he’s a running back, Barkley now leads the Big 10 in RECEIVING yards after his massive Saturday night performance with 22 more yards than the conferences second-leading receiver:
Frankly, I haven’t seen a college football player dominate like this since Reggie Bush. About a third of the way into the season and Barkley is the CLEAR Heisman favorite as well as a top 10 NFL draft pick.

AP Top 25 College Football Rankings 2017: Week 5 AP Poll
AP Top 25 College Football Rankings 2017: Week 5 AP Poll
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