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Vick Ballard

ROLE REVERSAL? Observers would be forgiven for wondering if a couple of backs had changed shirts. Because for most of the second half it wasn't the usual Bulldog doing the ground pounding. That was #27 hitting the holes, or dashing to the edge, running by or through or even dragging defenders around.

And it was exactly what LaDarius Perkins had wanted to do, for a while. He welcomed the opportunity to prove he can haul the ball as well in traffic as starter, and #28, Vick Ballard. "Basically that's what I've been working on in practice, trying to lower my pads more and break tackles and stuff like that," said Perkins. There was certainly a role-reversal after halftime. Ballard had ten totes... Recommended Stories

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