Senior running back Ray Graham has only one 100-yard game this season (103 against Cincinnati last month), but if he reaches that mark Saturday against Louisville, it will mean another step up Pitt’s all-time rushing list. Graham has 2,648 career yards and is in eighth place after passing Pro Football Hall of Famer Curtis Martin last week. The next target is Elliott Walker (2,748). Graham is averaging 84 yards per game, and if he reaches that standard over the final seven games (not counting a bowl), he will finish second to only Tony Dorsett (6,526). No. 2 on the list is Curvin Richards (3,192), followed by Craig Heyward, Dion Lewis, LeSean McCoy, Billy West and Walker...
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