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Vaughn Dunbar
#32 | Running Back | Demons Roster

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Through 2001 Regular Season
Regular 25 29 1.2 8 0 6 28 4.6 N/A 1 0 0 0
Position: RB
How Acquired: D1-1
Last Team: New Orleans (NFL)
Indiana ‘91
NFL Games/Starts: 0/0

Career: Kept his record intact by being a No. 1 draft choice in every professional league enlisting his services …. Tabbed first by New Orleans Saints in 1992 NFL draft, the 21st overall draftee, and went sixth overall and in the opening circuit by the Demons in October’s first XFL selection process …. Led playoff-bound Saints in rushing during rookie season, gouging out 565 yards in 154 carries with three touchdowns …. He was a consensus first-team all-American at Indiana in his senior year and finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy balloting …. . In 39 pro appearances, gained 935 yards with five scores …. Also fielded 11 passes and returned 19 kickoffs (19.0 average) during his NFL career. 1995: Began the season with New Orleans, but could not agree to terms with the Saints and joined Jacksonville for its first NFL season and gained 361 yards and scored twice in 110 carries. 1994: Saw action in eight games the next year with New Orleans the season after his knee problems and rushed just three times. 1993: Missed the entire season after suffering a damaged anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. 1992: Finished second in offensive rookie of the year balloting and assisted the Saints to a 12-4 mark and a playoff appearance.

College: Listed as a consensus all-America choice after accepting first-team recognition from the Associated Press, Football News, Walter Camp Foundation, the American Football Coaches and the Football Writers Association ….. Finished second in the nation in rushing that season with 1,805 yards (154.5 per game) by rushing for more than 200 yards twice and over 100 yards nine times in 12 games and No. 2 in all-purpose yardage with a 201.2-yard mark …. Ended his Indiana career with more than 3,000 yards on the ground and 25 touchdowns after averaged 126.2 yards per game in his career …. Also cruised past the 1,000-yard mark in his first Hoosiers’ season, logging 1,221 yards in 250 tries …. Averaged 8.5 yards on 614 career carries …. Third on the Indiana all-time rushing list despite playing just two years …. Offensive MVP of Indiana’s 24-0 victory over Baylor in the 1991 Copper Bowl …. Transfer from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M where he gained 707 yards as a sophomore.

Personal: Born Sept. 4, 1968 in Fort Wayne, Ind. …. Attended Snider HS in Fort Wayne …. Majored in Criminal Justice …. Rushed for more than 4,200 yards and 60 scores in two years of prep football, including a 252-yard performance in the 1986 state title game …. Resides in Stone Mountain, Ga.

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