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#28 Omar Cuff , RBOmar                           Cuff
Delaware Blue Hens
SR       5-10 , 195
Season stats
Rushing StatsReceiving Stats
3vs. Lehigh2310134.4453213.2W 34-33
4vs. West Chester1811626.4W 42-21
5vs. Holy Cross2617726.832719W 35-23
6at Towson2612704.987619.5L 35-31
7vs. Hofstra183501.98105013.1L 10-6
8vs. Richmond125904.9450012.5L 20-10
9vs. James Madison3923646.131906.3W 34-28
10at Maine183311.82904.5L 25-15
11vs. Massachusetts169505.9227013.5L 35-7
12at Wm & Mary2810113.654909.8W 22-21
13at Villanova25125152-10-0.5W 38-13
Omar                           Cuff                     After starting the 2004 season as a reserve defensive back, Cuff came out of nowhere late in the year to lead the Blue Hens in rushing and a trip the I-AA quarterfinals. In just eight games and three starts, Cuff recorded 673 yards rushing and eight touchdowns and averaged 84.1 yards per game. He posted four 100-yard efforts, including a 170-yard, two-touchdown effort in the quarterfinal loss to William & Mary.

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