Stoops Moving Mobley To Defense?

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Updated: 11/05/2013 7:23 pm
The football Cats need some playmakers and may have found one in sophomore running back Dyshawn Mobley on special teams.

The big, physical bruiser with power and size has started to get more carries on offense, but Mark Stoops could use a guy like him on 'D' if he's not going to see the reps with the 'O.'

And after some big tackles against Alabama State, Mobley could be getting exactly what he wants against Missouri...more playing time, and more touches.

Hear from Stoops in the video.

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