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LSU 2015 running back commitment Derrius Guice was named Offensive MVP of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Per

"I'm very proud to be in this situation," Guice said. "I'm blessed. I'm just thanking God for this."

The Catholic-Baton Rouge five-star running back said he wanted to play wide receiver in the Army Bowl because he wanted to expand his horizons and improve his skill set. It turned out to be an MVP-worthy switch.

Guice caught a bowl-record 92-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter and added a 61-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter for a new Army Bowl-record 153 receiving yards on his way to being named the game's MVP and helping the West team to a 39-36 victory.
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tigerbutt110 months
Bring it
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gizmoflak110 months
Josh Reed 2.0
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Spelt it rong110 months
Must be nice to just jump to WR and own everyone. Dude is a monster
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