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Barner Earns National Honor

Barner ran for 321 yards and 5 TDs Saturday.

Oregon led Washington State by just four points at halftime six weeks ago. During that break Oregon running backs coach Gary Campbell urged star back Kenjon Barner to play with more heart.

EUGENE, Ore.,- The senior finished the game with 195 yards rushing and that effort level hasn't let up since, eclipsing the 100-yard mark in each contest. Saturday his ability and effort culminated in the most impressive rushing performance in school history. Barner broke the record for yards in a game with 321 and tied his own modern-football record of five touchdowns in a game in the win 62-5... Recommended Stories

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