Rice's Ross Goes Over 150 Yards, Scores Twice at UTEP
News:Charles Ross rushed for 154 yards on 23 carries with two touchdowns at UTEP on Saturday.
Analysis:Charles Ross finishes the season as Rice's leading rusher, but with only four rushing touchdowns to show for it as QB Taylor McHargue often vultured his goal line touches. He's only a junior, so he still has one more season to go at Rice. Next season he'll need to up his yards per carry, if he hopes to be the lead back, ahead of Turner Petersen, who he split time with this season.
News:Charles Ross rushed for 39 yards on seven carries at Memphis on Saturday.
Analysis: For the season Charles Ross is now averaging 55.8 yards a game with just one rushing TD. Continue to avoid him in all leagues.
Rice's Ross Quiet Yet Again, This Time Against Houston
News:Charles Ross rushed for 52 yards on 13 carries and caught two passes for 19 yards against Houston on Saturday.
Analysis: After scoring in back-to-back games in Rice's second and third game, this is now back-to-back games without a TD for Charles Ross. His production in this game is especially concerning considering Houston's defense had been a sieve in their previous three games.
News:Charles Ross rushed for 32 yards on seven carries and caught an eight-yard pass against Marshall on Saturday.
Analysis: A week after rushing for over 100 yards on the road, Charles Ross was noticeably used less in the run game. If QB Taylor McHargue cannot play against Houston this coming Saturday, expect Ross to pick up the slack in the run game.
Rice's Ross Rushes Over 100 Yards Against Louisiana Tech
News:Charles Ross rushed for 116 yards on 14 carries and caught an 18-yard touchdown pass at Louisiana Tech on Saturday.
Analysis:Charles Ross is third on the team in carries this season with 30, but he's first in yards per carry at 7.07. Expect him to continue get to split carries with QB Taylor McHargue and fellow RB Turner Petersen, neither of whom is looking as explosive as Ross right now.
Rice's Ross Leads Team in Rushing Yards, Scores at Kansas
News:Charles Ross rushed for a team-high 94 yards on 14 carries with a touchdown at Kansas on Saturday.
Analysis: With starting RB Jeremy Eddington (lower leg) out, it was Charles Ross who made the most of his touches and possibly inserted himself into the conversation with Turner Petersen as to who should be the team's starting RB. Wait until more is known about how long Eddington will be out, before adding Ross in any leagues.
News: Ross rushed just three times for six yards in Saturday's 32-21 victory over North Texas, but did find the end zone for the winning touchdown.
Analysis: Ross will continue to snipe touchdowns from Tyler Smith and Sam McGuffie.
Ross Finds End Zone in Owls' Defeat at the Hands of UT
News: Ross scored on a 2-yard plunge in the fourth quarter of Saturday's 34-17 loss to the Longhorns.
Analysis: Ross will likely see the goal-line touches for the Owls. However, he received just three carries total in Saturday's contest, losing time to both Sam McGuffie and Tyler Smith. As such, it could be feast or famine if you decide to roll with Ross in your lineup.
News: Ross only managed 35 yards on 13 carries, but he did find the endzone three times on Saturday as Rice snuck past UTEP 30-29.
Analysis: Ross also caught three balls for 34 yards. Rice faces a tough test this Saturday against Houston.
News: Although he only managed seven yards on six carries, Ross found the endzone three times as Rice fell to Oklahoma State 41-24.
Analysis: The freshman found the endzone for the first time in his collegiate career, and he did it three times on Saturday. He's not a safe start in most leagues though, as his longest rush was three yards.