With junior running back Chris Nwoke not participating in Colorado State's scrimmage, Rams head coach Jim McElwain was able to get plenty of looks at Colorado State's backup running backs.
Brown ran for 54 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries and also caught three passes for 38 yards, according to statistics provided by the school's sports information office.
"He became the emergency tailback," McElwain said. "And you know what? I'm kind of excited to see the film, because it looked like he made some pretty good cuts, and he does know how to run behind his pads."
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