Justice Hill hitting his stride

The Associated Press - October 2, 2018 7:08 am

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) – Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy limited running back Justice Hill’s workload during the first four games to keep the dynamic playmaker fresh for the heart of the Big 12 schedule.

Hill had just 46 carries before Saturday’s 48-28 victory over Kansas, when his workload increased significantly. He responded with a season-high 189 yards and a touchdown on 31 attempts.

Hill leads the Big 12 and ranks ninth in the nation with 577 yards on 77 carries. His average of 7.49 yards per carry ranks seventh.

 

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