Leonard determined to turn Rutgers around
Originally Published: April 12, 2005By Joe Bendel | Special to ESPN.com
Brian Leonard is a distinguished member of college football's Anonymity Club. That's because he is the star of a struggling program, a multifaceted fullback who performs great feats to little fanfare. You probably didn't know that he led the Big East in all-purpose yards at 125.0 per game in 2004. Or that he caught 61 passes for 518 yards, both tops in the nation among running backs. Or that he's amassed 100 or more all-purpose yards in 15 consecutive contests.
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