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You probably don't remember Kay-Jay Harris if you're not a West Virginia fan –hell, even I didn't remember him– but he left his mark on the WVU record book with this 337-yard, four-touchdown performance against East Carolina in 2004. Harris was a bowling ball of a running back –listed at 6'2, 245– and had a top-tier create-a-player equipment look:
He ran for 1,483 yards and 14 TDs in his two seasons in Morgantown, and held the program single-game rushing record until Tavon Austin's legendary game against Oklahoma in 2012. Enjoy the video!