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Draft Scout Terrance Magee News
11/29/13 - WEEK 13 SEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Terrence Magee, RB, LSU...Rushed for a career-high 149 yards and 1 TD on 13 carries in win over No. 9 Texas A&M. ... Had a 65-yard run on LSUís third possession of the game that setup his 1-yard TD run to give the Tigers a 7-0 lead in the contest...Averaged 11.5 yards per carry as the Tigers racked up 324 yards on the ground, the most in an SEC game for the Tigers since a 52-3 win over Ole Miss in 2011. - SEC football
09/06/13 - The unexpected emergence of Terrence Magee has made it clear that LSU's running game can be productive even if Jeremy Hill's disciplinary benching lasts several games. What remains to be seen is how Magee's playing time sorts out once Hill, the Tigers' 2012 leading rusher, is back on the field for ninth-ranked LSU. "I am fortunate because I have an opportunity to play now," said Magee, whose 95 yards and two touchdowns led the Tigers to a season-opening victory over TCU. "It felt good to be out there. I hadn't played a full game in two years. I was just thankful for the opportunity. No matter when you get in there, you have to make every snap count."
With Hill benched last Saturday, Magee entered LSU's opener against TCU in Dallas as the third-string running back behind Alfred Blue and Kenny Hilliard. Blue, who was coming back from torn knee ligaments that sidelined him most of last season, picked up a hard-earned 89 yards rushing. Hilliard wound up carrying only four times for 8 yards.
The surprise was Magee, a former high school quarterback who has bounced back and forth between the roles of reserve running back and receiver since arriving at LSU in 2011. He led LSU last Saturday with 95 yards on 13 carries and two touchdowns, one of which went for 52 yards, in LSU's 37-27 victory over the Horned Frogs. Before the game, Magee had rushed for a total of 133 yards in the first two years of his college career. "Terrence Magee is a talented guy," LSU coach Les Miles said. "Those inside this program root for Terrence Magee because he's just a great kid, who works hard and has ability. Given the opportunity, he'll make that kind of contribution throughout the year." - AP Sports