Tennessee Titan Hopeful LeGarrette Blount: Former Oregon Duck’s New Fight

June 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As it turns out, former Oregon running back LeGarrette Blount caused more damage to himself after he punched Boise State's Byron Hout square in the jaw last season.
The right cross came in the postgame of Oregon's season opener loss at Bronco Stadium, and the return of Blount following a suspension in 2008. Once again, Blount would be suspended and ultimately go undrafted.
Looking back at his junior year with the Ducks, Blount displayed running ability after rushing for 17 touchdowns, a single-season school record.
At the same time, Blount displayed character malfunctions after being suspended for "not following team rules" and another for "failing to fulfill team obligations."
Entering his senior season, early projections had Blount, an ideal 6-foot, 240-pound prospect, having second-round value in April's draft.
But after the incident, Blount blemished his resume worse to the point where NFL clubs refused to reach for Blount on Draft Day.
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