By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
A main staple of recent Texas State teams has been running back.
Not this year — at least not yet.
Transitioning from Marcus Curry to Terrence Franks to Robert Lowe and Chris Nutall gave Texas State’s offense, no matter who was behind center, a sense of stability. Fans knew that above all else, they’d be able to run the football.
One of head coach Everett Withers’ and offensive coordinator Brett Elliott’s first tests is to find a workhorse to replace Lowe, the program’s fourth all-time leading rusher.