Harlon Hill Trophy winner Jarrett Anderson was back at Stokes Stadium on Saturday for Truman’s homecoming football game. Anderson won the Division II equivalent of the Heismann Trophy in 1996 after rushing for a record 2,140 yards and 27 touchdowns. Anderson said someone close to home challenged him to greatness…..
As part of that season, Anderson tied a Truman record with 306 yards and scored a record-setting six touchdowns at Emporia State…..
Current Bulldog running back Cody Schrader is moving up the single season rushing ladder. His 1,317 yards in eight games is just 68 yards from 7th. He’s 823 yards and 10 touchdowns away from Anderson’s standards with at least three games left….
Jarrett Anderson ended his Truman career with a record 6,293 rushing yards and 70 touchdowns. You can find the full interview by going to the Magic City Sports Talk page at centralmoinfo.com.