Like AP, Augsburg star running back returning from ACL tear

Adrian Peterson isn't the only star running back trying to return from an ACL tear. Augsburg's Tyler Maxwell tells WCCO he's ready to help the Auggies compete for the MIAC title this year.
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Adrian Peterson isn't the only star running back trying to return from an ACL tear. Augsburg's Tyler Maxwell tells WCCO he's ready to help the Auggies compete for the MIAC title this year.

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