By Matt Seidel
Because of their nearly identical output, it's impossible to separate the Cougars' backfield tandem. Jackson played in all 13 contests last season, rushing for 661 yards on 139 carries (4.8 YPC) and caught 27 passes. Farrow missed the first two games of the season due to a leg injury, but he finished with 514 yards on 103 carries (5.0 YPC) and 24 receptions. Both had six rushing touchdowns and registered 40-yard carries as their season highs.
Assuming the duo stays healthy, their statistics should be close to even again and provide John O'Korn with two huge weapons in the Houston backfield.