Is Clyde Edwards-Helaire a … scatback? Change of pace back? Multi-purpose back fits the bill.
Whatever you want to label LSU’s sophomore tailback, he’ll accept it and move on. Just acknowledge he can also run between the tackles. Edwards-Helaire has tallied 403 yards and three touchdowns over the past four games, including a career-best 145 yards on the ground in the Tigers’ romping over No. 2 Georgia.
Combined with Nick Brossette, the LSU backfield has churned out 944 yards in that time span, the most among SEC teams.