Of course this is joking, but with the Oiler offensive line and a back like Knox it's easy to see why Dan York's offensive coordinator calls # 2 to get the ball over and over again.
The Oil City football team has now scored 113 points in just two games. Knox's 12 offensive touchdowns are responsible for 72 of them.
The junior running back scored a school-record seven touchdowns – six coming in the first half – as the Oilers routed Corry, 55-6 Thursday.
Then Oil City only needed just two Knox runs to move the ball 60 yards for the first score. The 2-point attempt failed.
At this point it was looking as though this would be quite the battle.
His 81-yard run put the Oilers up 22-6.
Corry’s next drive was stopped by Knox on defense. The junior stepped in front of pass and returned it 50 yards to the Corry 21. Three Knox runs later and he was in the end zone for his fifth TD.
Oil City kept feeding him the ball and he capped off the drive with an 8-yard scoring run for a 42-6 halftime lead.