News:Hunter Lee rushed three times for 12 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Utah State. He also caught three passes for 30 yards.
Analysis:Hunter Lee is a forgotten man in this offense. He's not worth owning.
News:Hunter Lee rushed eight times for 55 yards and a touchdown Saturday against UNLV. He also caught four passes for 34 yards.
Analysis: This is a pretty good game for Hunter Lee, but he's still the third wheel amongst La Tech's running backs, which hurts his value.
News:Hunter Lee rushed four times for 12 yards and a touchdown while also catching three passes for 46 yards and a score Saturday against Rice.
Analysis:Hunter Lee has scored three times in two games, but he also only has 12 touches. That is a concern. He was thought to be the main running back before the season. Now, he probably has to be on your bench for the time being.
News:Hunter Lee only rushed one time for five yards against Houston on Saturday, but he also caught four passes for 42 yards and a score.
Analysis: It is very odd that Hunter Lee only got one carry. He was expected to shoulder the load for the Bulldogs, but three different running backs had more carries than him in this game. Don't drop him just yet, but keep an eye on his touches in upcoming weeks.
News:Hunter Lee and his Louisiana Tech teammates had their season-opener on Thursday postponed by the pending landfall of Hurricane Isaac.
Analysis:Hunter Lee is one of the significant Louisiana Tech players affected by this news.
News:Hunter Lee has been named to the Doak Walker Watch List for the award given to the top running back every season, latechsports.com reports.
Analysis: As a freshman, Hunter Lee rushed for 650 yards and five touchdowns on a mere 135 carries. He should be a bigger part of the offense this season, and in a weakened WAC he could be in for a big season.
News: With Lennon Creer day to day with an ankle injury, running back Hunter Lee was expected to fill the gap for Louisiana Tech. However, the Bulldogs only had 16 total rushing attempts for 57 yards.
Analysis: With New Mexico State's defense that is giving up more than 200 yards rushing a game up next, Creer would make an excellent start if he is healthy. If Creer is unable to go, Lee would be worth a flier with such a juicy matchup.
News: Louisiana Tech running back Lennon Creer left in the Saturday's game against Ole Miss in the first quarter with an undisclosed injury.
Analysis: Walk-on Hunter Lee took over for Creer and rushed for 127 yards. It is unknown if Creer will be able to play against Nevada in Week 12.
News: Louisiana Tech running back Lennon Creer had a whopping 33 touches in the win against San Jose State. He finished the day with 31 carries for 112 yards and a score and 2 catches for 17 yards.
Analysis: Creer hadn't had more than 16 carries in the past month due to nagging injuries and the emergence of Hunter Lee. Lee still had 12 carries himself and looked good with them, rushing for 83 yards.
News: Louisiana Tech struggled offensively against Utah State with only 232 total yards, but one thing that remains clear is Lennon Creer and Hunter Lee will continue to see a split in carries.
Analysis: Neither Creer or Lee had very impressive games, but both managed to get into the end zone. Neither running back can be started with confidence with each eating into each other's carries.
News: Fresno State running back Lennon Creer is having trouble getting healthy with several nagging ankle injuries. Hunter Lee stepped in for Creer when he was unable to play in the 4th quarter against Utah State.
Analysis: Creer just can't get back to being 100% healthy, and his numbers have suffered as a result. Hunter Lee did a great job sealing the win against Utah State last week and is worth a look in deeper leagues as he is quickly becoming the only running back option for the Bulldogs.
News: Louisiana Tech starting running back Lennon Creer suffered an undisclosed injury in the third quarter which allowed walk-on freshman Hunter Lee an opportunity to rack up the carries. He ended the game with 28 carries for 134 yards against Idaho.
Analysis: It is a fact that head coach Sonny Dykes loves using two running backs in his system. When Ray Holley went down with an injury, the assumption was Creer would be in for more carries. That doesn't appear to be the case now after Lee's workhorse game. Expect both to split the carries for the remainder of the season.