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Torain Knows Offense Will See Better Days

Torain Knows Offense Will See Better Days

Saturday's scrimmage was definitely a tough day for the ASU offense. Yet just like any game during the 2006 season, regardless of this unit's performance Ryan Torain is ultimately one the lone bright spots on this side of the ball. With eight carries and sixty yards the running back should feel good about his scrimmage performance but the senior chooses to look at the overall picture.

"The running backs always try to be the leaders of the group, lead by example and do things right," said Ryan Torain. "But all of us had mistakes and we have to correct them. We're gonna work on all that stuff and make sure we're better in practice an get ready for the next scrimmage." It's easy to look at the Sun Devils Pac-10 second-ranked rushing offense (averaging 169.7 yards a game) and... Recommended Stories

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