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02/27/14 - 2014 NFL COMBINE: 10 TAKEAWAYS FROM INDIANAPOLIS: 8. Running backs worked out Sunday at the combine but San Diego State junior Adam Muema was not among them. That's because he left the workout early, citing God's plan for him. According to a report from the U-T San Diego, Muema said that he was "following God" who told him that his dream of playing for the Seattle Seahawks would come true if he left Indianapolis before testing. Muema, currently NFLDraftScout.com's 30th rated running back, was given a 4th to 7th round projection from the NFL Advisory Committee according to the report. The 5-foot-9, 205-pounder has good quickness and lateral agility. He does not possess ideal speed or power and projects best as a chance-of-pace back.
The fourth all-time lead rusher in school history with 2,955 yards and 34 touchdowns, including 1,244 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2013 despite being hampered early with an ankle injury. He's only the fourth Aztec -- behind Marshall Faulk, Paul Hewitt and Ronnie Hillman -- to ever put up multiple 1,000-yard seasons. Muema is expected to work out at San Diego State's Pro Day. It remains to be seen if the Seahawks will be represented. It seems highly unlikely that all 32 teams will be - which, of course, they were this week in Indianapolis. - The Sports Xchange
12/21/13 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: Both teams have 1,000-yard rushers: Branden Oliver (1,421) for Buffalo and Adam Muema (1,015) for San Diego State. The Aztecs rank 22nd in run defense allowing 132.9 yards per game while Buffalo ranks 58th (159.8). Muema is a tough, between-the-tackles runner who keys San Diego State's offense. He ranks fifth in the Mountain West in rushing with 1,015 yards and 12 touchdowns. - The Sports Xchange
12/21/13 - San Diego State junior running back Adam Muema, playing what is likely to be his last college game, rushed for 229 yards and three touchdowns as the Aztecs rolled past the Buffalo Bulls 49-24 in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Saturday. Muema was named game MVP after gaining the third-most rushing yards in the Potato Bowl's 17-game history. He scored on touchdowns runs of 3, 8 and 30 yards among his 28 carries for San Diego State (8-5).
Junior quarterback Quinn Kaehler, a walk on who helped rescue San Diego State's season after a dismal 0-3 start, threw two touchdowns and rushed for one, his first rushing score of the season. Kaehler's 29-yard run around the right end opened the scoring in the first quarter. Muema pushed it to 14-0 with a 3-yard touchdown early in the second quarter. Buffalo cut the deficit to 14-10 in the second quarter, but San Diego State scored three touchdowns in 2:43 at the end of the first half and the beginning of the second to extend its lead to 42-10. - The Sports Xchange
12/18/13 - 2013 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Adam Muema, Jr., RB,...A second-team all-MW pick last year as a sophomore, Muema became the second Aztec running back in the MW era to earn all-conference accolades in back-to-back seasons (Ronnie Hillman, 2010-11). Muema, who has battled injuries in a handful of games this year, leads San Diego State in rushing yards (1,015), rushing attempts (228), rushing touchdowns (12), overall touchdowns (12) and points (76). He is just the fourth Aztec in program history to record multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons and the second since Marshall Faulk did it three times from 1991-93. Muema also has 17 receptions for 94 yards (5.5 avg.). - San Diego State football
11/18/13 - Adam Muema rushed for 163 yards and the go-ahead 2-yard touchdown in overtime as San Diego State rallied to beat Hawaii 28-21 Saturday. The Aztecs (6-4, 5-1 Mountain West) trailed 21-14 with 9:42 left in the game following a Hawaii touchdown, but tied it with 2:34 to play in regulation on a 14-yard touchdown run by Chad Young and the ensuing extra point by Seamus McMorrow. The Rainbow Warriors (0-10, 0-7) had a chance to win it on the final play of the fourth quarter, but Taylor Graham's deep ball fell incomplete and the teams went into overtime.
San Diego State started the extra period on offense and needed just three plays - all runs by Muema - to score. Hawaii gave up a second-down sack on its ensuing drive, followed by a pair of incomplete passes to end the game. Muema carried 24 times and averaged 6.8 yards per rush. The Aztecs rushed for 234 yards, and quarterback Quinn Kahler completed 17 of 34 pass attempts for 265 yards with a touchdown to Colin Lockett, who finished with four grabs for 106 yards. Josh Gavert led the defensive effort with 11 tackles and one interception. - AP Sports