I've gotten a few requests for pictures of Knox and even hired to get a "feature" photo of him without his helmet on (yes, Ethen that's why I was creeping on you Friday before the game started.)
Knox's numbers are ridiculous and it is also no secret that the Oiler offense is set up to get him the ball, create opportunities for his fast legs to find some room and then let him get the bonus yards. The offensive line is good, very good, but Knox's eyes scanning for creases to pour his body through are remarkable.
It will be interesting to see if teams can stop him like Meadville did.
There was a time we thought having a 100-yard game was good. When Knox was held to right around 100, it was considered shutting him down.
Sharon backed out of the final game of the season so Oil City now awaits the playoffs and maybe gives their running back a little rest to get his legs fresh again.
All of this talk doesn't even include his time on defense. He's quietly racking up interceptions like the one Friday night against Titusville pictured above.
The Oiler coaching staff released Monday that The Derrick's number of 395 yards is accurate. So Knox ends the regular season without adding another 400 yarder.