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Herring Rushes Over the Century Mark in Win

Ryan Torain left Saturday's game with an injured left ankle leaving the job up to Keegan Herring and Dimitri Nance. The tandem, which had touchdowns, runs of 76 and 57 yards respectively, proved to 64,000 plus fans in Sun Devil stadium that ASU's running game is in capable hands.

Keegan Herring stepped in for Torain and ran for 119 yards and one touchdown in ASU's rout of the Washington Huskies Saturday night. He once again proved that although he is not starting, he is a running back that no team wants to face. A huge role in the success of Herring was the ASU offensive line which did a stupendous job of opening up gaps. "I think I might marry one of them today...

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