Lynch, teammates have full schedule of healing
Rusty Simmons, Chronicle Staff Writer
It sounded as if
It's probably unlikely that one week of rest will be enough for Lynch to return to full health, but even a somewhat healthier back is scary to consider. Despite the injuries, he leads the Pac-10 in rushing (113.4 yards a game) and touchdowns (eight rushing and three receiving). "Obviously, I have a lot of belief in Marshawn, and I think he's a great football player," Tedford said. "I don't know if the Heisman voters are missing something or not, but I would find it hard to believe that there are many football players much better than him throughout the country." Lynch has his own Heisman favorites: "I think our offensive linemen and our defense should be promoted for the Heisman," he said. "We got five (linemen) who should be up and running for it right now." Too close for comfort: Tedford said he was impressed with how he team handled the
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