Returning to Stanford for senior year

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Running back Bryce Love will be returning for his senior season rather than entering the 2018 National Football League draft, his father told the San Francisco Chronicle.

Love was reportedly wrestling with a decision up until Monday night.

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Monday evening was the deadline for underclassmen to put their names into the draft.

Love will be returning to Stanford for his senior season, according to SF Gate's Tom FitzGerald.

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At Wake Forest High School, Love ran for an otherworldly 5,372 yards on 511 carries.

Love immediately becomes one of the favorites to win the Heisman Trophy next season where he will be returning to a program that he led to a Pac-12 title. He carried the Stanford offense all season long with 263 carries for 2,118 yards and 19 touchdowns. He's gained 3,123 yards in three seasons. Additionally, Love was plagued by an ankle injury during his junior year and the 2018 NFL Draft has what's considered a deep class of running backs. Love had the most yards after five games in the last 20 years of college football.

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