Leonard Fournette delivered a performance for the ages in front of a Syracuse legend.

It was the fifth straight 100-yard game for Fournette, eighth of his career and his second straight 200-yard game.

After rushing 26 times for 244 yards and two touchdowns, Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer was so frustrated that he jokingly stated that he wanted to kick the Heisman Trophy’s frontrunner’s ass.


I don’t think Schafer was being malicious, he was probably just expressing how he felt in the heat of the moment.

By Glenn Erby

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