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Michigan State's offense revolves around Le'Veon Bell.
Which is smart. He's their best offensive player.
But if you're going to ask him to run 32 times, like he did today, it's going to be an issue. Bell runs very physically. In the NFL, he's going to break down.
Teams are not going to want to draft someone who has had almost 600 carries in their career. That's simply too many.
Bell is talented; he runs hard and is tough to bring down. Plus, he has enough speed to round the corner.
But if you're going to ride him as hard as Michigan State does, then you're going to get him hurt. He almost got hurt in this game.
If Bell stays one more year, Michigan State would be wise to diversify its rushing attack.
If he goes pro, he's going to get drafted lower than expected, because teams are going to be worried about the tread on his tires.