Mississippi's running back sensation Dexter McCluster dominated Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl on Sunday rushing for 182 yards and two touchdowns and he was named the Offensive Player of the Game. Breaking onto the scene just after the midway point of the college football season on October 24 against Arkansas when he ran for over 120 yards and had one receiving touchdown, McCluster became a force in college football. Following his breakout game, McCluster followed it up with rushing performances of 186, 282, and 148 yards. Drawing comparisons to the Tennessee Titans superstar running back Chris Johnson, McCluster is a similar mold in running style using shifty moves and pure speed, but he is also comparative in size (McCluster is 5'8" 170-pounds, Johnson is 5'11" 190-pounds). McCluster ...
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