USU's Turbin going pro


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LOGAN — Utah State football fans are getting a holiday present they probably didn't want: Runningback Robert Turbin announced Friday he will skip his senior season in Logan to enter the NFL draft in April.

Turbin made the announcement on his Twitter account, writing he "would like to thank all the fans of Utah State for all the support, and after going back and forth with his decision I have decided to turn pro."

Turbin finishes his USU career as the Aggies' single season touchdown leader, and is fifth on the Aggie all-time rushing list. He rushed for over 1,500 yards this season.

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