Oregon's Stewart hopes to fulfill potential in 2006
Oregon running back Jonathan Stewart showed flashes of his immense potential last season. He expects even better things in 2006.
Updated: April 12, 2006, 1:01 PM ETBy Ted Miller | Special to ESPN.com
"Potential energy" equals mass times the acceleration of gravity times height (MxGxH).
Or, for the college football-centric, it equals Oregon sophomore tailback Jonathan Stewart.
Mass? He tips the scales at a ripped 234 pounds, and, by the way, tosses 410 pounds on the bench press and heaves a 385-pound power clean.
Sol Neelman/Icon SMIOregon's all-purpose threat Jonathan Stewart scored nine touchdowns last season.
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