It took nearly all season, but Pittsburgh running back Dion Lewis finally lived up to what everyone expected on Saturday.
The heavy snow in Cincinnati seemed to have no effect on the talented sophomore. He ran the ball a mind-numbing 42 times for 261 yards and four touchdowns. When he enters his junior season in 2011, he should be considered one of the better draft-eligible running backs in the nation.
As a prospect, Lewis isn't better than fellow sophomores LaMichael James, Trent Richardson or Ryan Williams. But he should be considered in the next group consisting of Kenjon Barner, Bernard Pierce and Chris Polk.
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(You may want to check out the photo gallery from this game by clicking on the photo. Really good stuff. Snow games rule.)