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BROOKINGS, S.D.  --  Exactly one week from tonight the South Dakota State Jackrabbits will be kicking off the 2013 football season against Butler.

And there's a pretty good chance that junior running back Zach Zenner will be running wild because that's pretty much what he did all of last year.  

Zenner led Division One with 2,044 rushing yards, running for 13 touchdowns.  But Zach's not in a sentimental mood about last year, he wants to top those numbers in his final two seasons.

SDSU faces Butler at 6 PM next Saturday.


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