6 - Pat Bydume
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Notes: Is the most experienced of the Yale running backs ... Small, quick back ... Low center of gravity and good balance ... Has breakaway speed and can make defensive players miss ... 2002: Saw action in both tailback and special teams roles ... Highest per-carry average of the tailbacks at 6.0 yards ... Finished the year with 40 carries for 244 yards and two touchdowns ... Had team's longest run from scrimmage for the season, 51 yards at home against Holy Cross ... 2001: Played in six varsity contests and was the team's fourth leading rusher with 145 yards ... Ankle and shoulder injuries limited his carries ... Had 11 carries for 60 yards against Columbia ... 2000: Played all 10 varsity games and saw more time on offense than any other freshman ... Third on the team in rushing with 102 yards on 36 carries ... Picked up 44 yards on 12 carries in win over Dayton ... At McDonogh School: Earned three letters in both football and track ... Played RB in football and was a sprinter on the track team ... Football All-Conference in 1999 and member of the Super 22 in 1998 ... Made numerous honor rolls throughout school ... Personal: Patrick Rodgers Bydume, born Feb. 12, 1982 ... Son of Harold and Terry Bydume ... Resides in Morse College.