Urban Meyer and 1,000-yard running backs are the albatross of college football. That’s not a bad thing. While the two-time national champion is still waiting for his first one — quarterback Braxton Miller did rush for 1,271 yards last season — that’s just fine with him. He’s not looking for Keith Byars or Eddie George to carry the load for Ohio State. Instead, he wants the all-purpose backs who can do it all. While Carlos Hyde, who ran for 970 yards last season, had great success in 2012, the back of the future for Meyer is much like the back of his past.
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