BATON ROUGE - LSU running back Terrence Magee has watched teammates at his position bask in the spotlight, have breakout seasons and move on to the pros and now that it's Magee's turn it seems the spotlight has already passed to a true freshman - not that Magee seems to mind.
In fact, Magee - the second leading rusher behind Jeremy HIll in 2013 - said he's excited about sharing a backfield with five star recruit Leonard Fournette.
Magee spoke at SEC media days, and sounded confident both in his own abilities and those of his teammates to once again carry the mail in 2014.
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