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#38 Lex Hilliard , RBLex                            Hilliard
Montana Grizzlies
SR       6-0 , 240
Season stats
Rushing StatsReceiving Stats
2vs. Fort Lewis1410827.7134134W 55-0
3at Oregon131501.22804L 47-14
4vs. South Dakota St2512815.1W 7-0
6vs. Weber State2415916.61101W 24-19
7at Idaho State2214216.5W 32-10
8vs. Eastern Wash155313.52603L 34-20
9vs. Cal Poly3423717W 36-27
10vs. Portland St187524.2W 37-16
11at Northern Ariz258103.21101W 23-0
12at Sacramento St2015517.8W 31-14
13at Montana State197503.9228014L 16-6
14vs. Cal Poly209424.7266133L 35-21
Lex                            Hilliard                 While he shared the backfield and was overshadowed by teammate Craig Ochs and a great passing attack, Hilliard still managed to post great numbers in limited playing time to help the Grizzlies to the 2004 national championship game. The junior from Kalispell, Montana ran for 972 yards and 17 touchdowns and was an All-Big Sky pick despite starting only four games.

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