PLAYER OF THE WEEK RB Kenny Irons, Auburn

November 2005
Sporting News;11/25/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 47, p46
The article presents information on college football player Kenny Irons from Auburn, Alabama. Irons had lots of star power to replace this season-after all, Auburn had two running backs taken in the top five of the 2005 NFL draft.


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